Having spent over 3 years at the tech startup, Andela, Mohini Ufeli has moved on to new adventures. Mohini recently took up a new position as the Media Manager at FinTech startup, Paystack.
Alrighty! I'm excited to have kicked off my first week at….wait for itttt…. @Paystack!
Mad hype to help tell the story of another values-driven startup and by extension, the stories of the amazing merchants who have their impact #PoweredByPaystack! pic.twitter.com/3DxqU91shr
— Mohini Ufeli-Ezekwesili (@MohiniUfeli) September 12, 2018
In her capacity as the Media Manager at Paystack, Mohini Ufeli would be overseeing the startup’s digital media efforts, including websites and its different media platforms, creating and curating shareable content, and maintaining the brand’s consistency across all its media platforms.
Mohini who hails from Delta state attended Mount Holyoke College in Massachusetts, USA, where she studied English/Journalism.
She has a vast experience in the media/communications sector, of which 3 years and 9 months (2014-2018) of it were spent at the notable tech startup, Andela, serving in the communications department where she rose through the ranks from a Documentarian to its Communication Coordinator.
3yrs 9mo at Andela.
We've come so far as an org & as individuals, I'm eternally proud of what we're building & grateful for the opportunity to chip in.
My final milestone – telling the stories of our launching devs.
My last day – last Friday.
I can't wait to share what's next 🙂 pic.twitter.com/k5605trADi
— Mohini Ufeli-Ezekwesili (@MohiniUfeli) September 10, 2018
She has also interned at the media publishing company, Sahara Reporters between the years 2013-2014, and also as an experiential learning journalist at the career development center, Mount Holyoke College.
She is also a professional photographer, multimedia storyteller, a lover of music (deriving pleasure from playing the piano, violin, and guitar), an avid reader, and sports enthusiast.
Paystack is a FinTech company powering growth for incredible businesses in Africa. The company builds APIs/software to collect online and offline payments securely, and to provide a modern, delightful payments experience. These are integrated with businesses, helping them launch new business models, and deepen customer relationships.
Paystack currently serves over 17,000 organizations of all sizes –from startups to government agencies such as the Lagos Internal Revenue Service to MTN, Taxify, Betway, and many others. The FinTech processes over 15% of all online transactions in Nigeria. Recently, it raised over $8 million in Series A round funding from global payment companies, Stripe and Visa.
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