Sarah Luyele Njamu is the CEO and founder of Compu-Connect Education, a Johannesburg (South Africa) based Digital Transformation Company that specialises in: E-learning with LMS Development, Robotic Process Automation (RPA), Artificial Intelligence (AI), Cyber Security solutions, Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR) Leadership Training and Robotics with Coding for schools. She is also an international conference speaker, Digital Transformation Specialist, Facilitator, Trainer, Business Coach and Tech Starter Up Mentor. Her career experience spans over 22 years, backed by an MBA and qualifications in Education. Sarah L. Njamu has extensive experience in sales, customer care, user experience (UX), customer experience (CX), marketing, change management, project management, leadership training, Robotic Process Automation Implementation (RPAi), Artificial Intelligence implementation and Learning Management system (LMS) implementation with e-learning content development. Sarah and her Team have designed an inclusive Coding and Robotics solution that enables teachers to teach Coding and Robotics in any child’s mother tongue at foundation level in Africa. Sarah brings a great wealth of experience and exposure from working in the African markets. She is also a Global Ambassador for WomenTech Network.
In 2020 Sarah Luyele Njamu was honoured to be named among the 100 faces of women role models in Tech by a Germany based Digital blog Media.
In 2021 Sarah was selected by Deloitte Africa to mentor Women Tech Startups, a program run through Women in Africa (WIA)
In 2021, WomenTech Networks nominated Sarah Luyele Njamu for the following global awards: Global Technology Leadership Award, Digital Transformation Leader of the Year and Women Tech Ambassador of the Year.
Sarah Luyele Njamu is one of the Women Tech Entrepreneurs driving Digital transformation and 4IR on the African continent. She is super excited at the full potential that the continent of Africa is about to unleash. She is fully persuaded that Africa’s time to arise is now and Africa must become a great force to reckon with through digital innovations.