Angel investment startup, Microtraction, has added a new partner to the team, Chidinma Iwueke. This announcement was made by Dayo Koleowo who is also a partner at Microtraction.
Prior to her appointment at the investment firm, Iwueke had worked for over six years accruing in the process a vast entrepreneurship and business advisory experience.
Iwueke joins the team after a stint with off-grid energy investor, Persistent, as a fundraising advisory consultant. She has also worked with Harambe Ventures where she focused on fund structuring and deal sourcing/vetting for the organisation.
Her experience extends to the health sector as well. She worked with the Bank of America Merrill Lynch as an Equity Researcher where her area of major focus was healthcare services.
Iwueke’s educational background spans engineering, business and medicine. She studied medicine and afterwards went in pursuit of more knowledge in business and entrepreneurship.
She received an MBA from Columbia Business School and trained at the University of Tennessee where she studied Nuclear Engineering with a minor in Business.
“Her varied background in engineering, medicine, and finance, paired with her experience as a founder and operator, makes her an immense asset to the Microtraction team and most especially for our portfolio companies.”Dayo Koleowo
According to Koleowo, the onboarding of Ms Iwueke to the Microtraction team is a step in the right direction for the angel investment company.
With her vast experience, passion for and understanding of Microtraction’s operations, it is expected that the firm will see more growth.
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