Yinka is responsible for our strategic partnerships and investor relations. He is a healthcare provider and a bike enthusiast. He strongly believes in promoting the health benefits of a cycling culture.
Yinka has gained over 12 years of operational management experience from Fortune 500 companies in the United States. He brings his tenacity for achieving results and entrepreneurial spirit to our organization
He holds an MBA from the Yale University School of Management and a Doctor of Pharmacy Degree from VCU School of Pharmacy.
Olusanya leads the operations at Go Bike Africa, he is charged with planning and execution of growth strategy, and ensuring great customer experience.
He has over eight (8) years of combined experience in business development and customer relations in telecommunication and retail sectors.
Olusanya holds an MBA from the Lagos Business School, and a Master of Advanced Management degree from Yale School of Management. He brings his passion and knowledge of strategies for business expansion in emerging markets.
Kodjo is the Founder and CEO of Kevi Capital. Kevi Capital LLC is an investment fund focused on infrastructure development and investments in Africa. Specializing in university student housing development, real estate related debt instruments, and private debt placements in mid-sized companies in Africa.
Kodjo has 15 years of experience across investment banking and management consulting. Prior to joining to starting Kevi Capital, he was VP of Commodities and Credit Derivatives Product Valuation at Bank of America Merrill Lynch.
Kodjo is holds an MBA in Asset Management from the Yale School of Management. He also holds an MS degree in Financial Mathematics from the University of Chicago and BS in Physics from Hampton University.
Jenny Chan is the Senior Investment Officer for the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation. The foundation manages $1.8 billion. Prior to 2007, Jenny led the research effort covering hedge funds and funds of funds at Canterbury Consulting. Prior to that she was a VP of a quantitative focused fund of funds. Jenny began her career at Salomon Brothers Inc., followed by Deutsche Bank and later Moore Capital. She has over 22 years of experience in financial markets with over 18 in alternative investments. Jenny earned a BS in Finance and Accounting from NYU and an MBA from the Yale School of Management with a focus on Sustainability. Jenny is a CAIA charter holder. She was recognized by CIO Magazine on their 2015 Forty Under Forty list, and in 2016 by Trusted Insight as one of their Top 30 Foundation Rising Stars and Top 30 Women Rising Stars in Institutional Investing. Jenny is a member of the Advisory Committee for the CAIA and a member of several sustainable/impact investing industry groups.