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Miora Elsa Randriambeloma

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Ghana

Miora is the co-founder and head of operations of Chalkboard Education, a mobile learning company based in West Africa. She grew up in Madagascar. After years in consulting in Europe, she co-founded Chalkboard Education to democratize access to education and skills development in Africa. Chalkboard Education partners with universities, training institutions, and organizations to provide innovative software that digitalizes their content and distributes it to learners through mobile devices, allowing students to access educational content anytime and anywhere, even without an Internet connection. The company has already served thousands of users in Ghana and Cote d’Ivoire.

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