Jojo and Victor nominated for Forbes 30 Under 30 (Europe) – Social Impact 2023

Kwame AI Inc is thrilled to announce that two of its team members have been nominated for the prestigious Forbes 30 Under 30 list.

George Jojo Boateng, CEO & Co-Founder, and Victor Kumbol COO & Co-Founder, have been recognized for their exceptional contributions in the Forbes 30 under 30 social impact category. This category celebrates and highlights the work of individuals systemically and sustainably transforming education, business, and beyond. Their dedication, creativity, and passion have driven innovation and growth for Kwame AI Inc and the ed-tech industry as a whole.

The two co-founded Kwame AI Inc (formerly Inc) a company that is democratizing science and technology education across Africa using smartphones. Since its January 2022 launch, they have run 12 monthly cohorts and have 2,300 learners across 42 African countries, and 110 countries globally. Kwame AI was recognized for its social impact, as it equips anyone with coding skills across Africa using smartphones. Their innovative approach with SuaCode cohorts has been a driving force for Kwame AI Inc’s success due to its accessible nature. Their leadership and expertise have been essential in Kwame AI Inc’s efforts to democratize science and technology education across Africa.

 “Their passion, creativity, and drive are an inspiration to us all and a testament to the power of education technology/online learning solutions in transforming lives and communities.” – Pharez Monney, Marketing Lead at Kwame AI shared.

Forbes 30 Under 30 list recognizes outstanding individuals under the age of 30 who are making significant contributions in their respective fields. This prestigious recognition is a testament to the exceptional talent and dedication of  George and Victor and their commitment to driving innovation and progress in the ed-tech field.

About Kwame AI
Kwame AI formerly SuaCode.AI was founded in 2021 by Ghanaian co-founders George Boateng, Postdoctoral Researcher at ETH Zurich, Switzerland, and Victor Kumbol, a Neuroscience PhD fellow at the Charité Universitatsmedizin, Germany. Kwame AI advances remote science and technology education across Africa by developing and deploying AI-powered mobile and web applications. They do this by enabling young Africans to learn to code on their phones with their AI teaching assistant, Kwame via the SuaCode app. Kwame AI also enables schools and EdTech companies to offer scalable AI-enabled educational question answers to their students via the Kwame AI web app.

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