Mariam Adeyemi is a passionate technology enthusiast committed to unlocking potential, transferring knowledge and transforming lives through digitalization and technology education.
She is the founder of TechaVilly, a technology training platform aimed at empowering the black community through the transfer of skills and knowledge. He founded the company together with his friend from college, Omotoyosi Ogunbanwo, who is also a tech enthusiast and currently works at Amazon USA.
Techavilly founded in 2020. Currently, from 2020 to date, it has trained over 10,000 people of color, helping them to fit into today’s dynamic job market.
Mariam Adeyemi launched the company’s first lineup in 2020 in the midst of the pandemic. He chose that period to give back by sharing knowledge for free and giving people the hope of a better life. Thousands of people trained during the block and some of them got good jobs after training.
She has worked in renowned companies such as Nestlé and managed globally recognized brands such as Nescafe and Indomie Noodles. She moved to the United States of America in 2017 to improve her skills and remain relevant in the job market.
Additionally, Adeyemi earned her master’s degree in Business Analytics from Texas A&M University in Texas and had the privilege of working at companies such as Samsung Electronics America and other midsize companies in the United States.
Mariam Adeyemi is the first female founder of EdTech (Educational Technology) to launch an educational communication app in Africa. It is commits to bridging parent-teacher communication as it develops and transforms the child in the process.
The goal is to expand into African schools and integrate technology into the school curriculum. The Discorz app is gradually expanding and penetration is improving. It is currently available for download on Google Play and the App Store.