Ojoma Ochai
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Ojoma Ochai

Ojoma Ochai
Managing Director, Co-creation Hub (CcHUB) Africa

Ojoma Ochai is Managing Director at Co-creation Hub (CcHUB) Africa. CcHUB is Africa’s largest technology support and innovation centre. It runs programmes across all regions of Africa to support the application of technology and social capital in various sectors, including education, financial inclusion, climate change, creative industries, and other sectors, for African prosperity.

Ojoma Ochai is also a co-founder and Managing Partner of the Creative Economy Practice at CcHUB, which focuses on creative economy growth in Africa through investments and support for creative entrepreneurs through investment readiness, ecosystem development, and research programmes.

She is a member of the UNESCO Expert Panel on the 2005 Convention on Cultural Expressions, where she has delivered projects to support Creative Economy development in various locations worldwide, particularly in Africa and the Caribbean.

She sits on various creative and technology organisation boards, including the board of  ₿ Trust – an organisation set up by Jay Z and Jack Dorsey (CEO of Block Inc. and co-founder and former CEO of Twitter) to support Bitcoin development in Africa and other locations.

Her almost 20 years of experience spans International Cultural Relations and leading Creative and Digital Economy projects. Her previous roles have included being Regional Director for British Council Sub-Saharan Africa Arts and Creative Economy Programme and other roles working on projects for institutions like the Swedish Arts Council, World Bank, and various national governments to support the development of the global Creative Economy.


Ojoma was named among the 2023 List of 100 Most Influential African Women by Avance Media.

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