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Juliet Anammah, Chairwoman, Jumia Nigeria and Head of Institutional Affairs, Jumia Group

Juliet Anammah

Chairwoman, Jumia Nigeria and Head of Institutional Affairs, Jumia Group

Juliet Anammah joined Jumia in 2015 as Chief Executive Officer of Jumia Nigeria.

She serves on the Board of CGAP, a not for profit agency funded by IFC/ World Bank and other DFIs and focused on improving Financial Inclusion in the developing world. In 2018, she became a member of the Industrial Council - a group of private and public sector professionals appointed by the President of Nigeria to define policies supporting Industrial development of the country.

Juliet has over 27 years of professional experience covering Consulting, Consumer Goods, Sales and Marketing and eCommerce and has served on several local Boards in a non-executive capacity.

She began her career in Sanofi Aventis, a French Pharmaceutical company and held various roles in Sales, Marketing and Product Management between 1991 and 1999. She joined Accenture in 1999 rising to be the Partner / Managing Director in charge of Accenture’s Manufacturing and Consumer Goods Practice covering West Africa.

Juliet has a Bachelor of Pharmacy degree, an MBA in Finance and is an alumnus of Wharton Advanced Management Program.