June Arunga

Founder and President of Open Quest Media LLC

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  • Languages Spoken

    English

  • Travels From

    Africa

  • June Arunga`s Keynote Speaker Fee This reflects June Arunga`s U.S. Speaking Fee

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  • Languages Spoken

    English

  • Travels From

    Africa

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About Keynote Speaker June Arunga

Speaker June Arunga’s Accomplishments Include…

Named one of Forbes’ Youngest Powerful Women in Africa in 2011, June Arunga is committed to bringing economic and financial access to African communities. From cell phone technology to waste water treatment, hear Arunga talk about the perils and potential of innovation from her diverse experiences running multiple businesses in Africa.

June Arunga Kimani is an entrepreneur in film production, mobile payments platforms, and most recently sanitation. Her new company, Usafi Comfort, will bring to market an affordable alternative to traditional sewer systems in Kenya and East Africa. In 2007, June became a founding partner of Black Star Line SA, a Ghana-based technology solution provider in the fields of cell phone-based payments and money transfer with a strong focus on the African market. These efforts, among others, led to her recognition in 2010 as one of the “100 Most Creative People in Business” by Fast Company Magazine and one of Forbes Magazine’s 20 Youngest Powerful Women in Africa in 2011. For the last decade, June has combined her business pursuits with public policy advocacy as a strong supporter of policies that promote technologies that positively transform intra-African trade and migration and that secure property rights for wealth creation in Africa. She has contributed to a number of notable television programs including two globally broadcast BBC documentaries. She is a University of Buckingham law graduate.

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