Adaobi Adibe

Adaobi Adibe is a first year Electrical and Electronic Engineering student at the University of Manchester.

Co-founder of the ‘The Sisterhood Movement’, a network for women of colour that encourages career development and personal development by utilising the power of sisterhood. She co-founded B4BME, a project which aims to increase the number of BME blood donors. Currently, she is working with the UN as part of the merit 360 program to solve sustainable development goal 7 – cleaner and more affordable energy. She is also a student Venture Capitalist at Campus Capital, working with a £2 million-fund, meeting founders and investing in technology companies.

Passionate about technology, Adaobi was selected as an ‘outstanding student’ and will intern with Huawei in china as part of the ‘seeds for future’ program. She aspires to become a venture capitalist and start her own fund with hopes of seeing more diversity in the start-up world.