Co-founder and President of Ovamba Solutions, Inc. Viola Llewellyn graces the cover of FabAfriq magazine. The inspirational interview gives her insight and opinion on business, women issues and life in general.
With a world of experience gained from various roles at: Unisys Corporation, IBM, KPMG Consulting, BearingPoint Rothschild’s, and many others, Viola has gained powerful leadership skills which she has called upon on numerous occasions.
Viola is quite an inspirational figure, making countless contributions to the growth of the African business world. Her historic journey in both the corporate and the business world is a great resource pot to tap into. Her global achievements urged us to dig further, unearthing her struggles and how she overcame them. Viola’s is a remarkable story worthy of FabAfriq Magazine’s Inspirational Issue and most especially the COVER.
In her interview with FabAfriq magazine, the bold and fearless Voila encourages every woman to take the bull by the horn and face every challenge with bravery. Get inspired to step out of the ordinary and dream beyond the present, as she rightly puts it: “We are here to build the foundation for those unborn and for Africa’s legacy to be returned to what it was always going to be – the cradle of mankind.”
About Viola Llewellyn
Viola Llewellyn is the Co-founder and President of Ovamba Solutions, Inc. Ms. Llewellyn oversees the execution of strategy, daily operations, marketing and new business development for Ovamba. She and her team also work closely with investors and African Civil Society Groups. Her previous consulting roles have been in the health care, technology, media, education, security and communications fields. Ms. Llewellyn has over fifteen years of project management and consulting experience from the technology and Government sectors in the United States.
About FabAfriq Magazine
FabAfriq is a unique concept quarterly magazine, offering information on African culture and lifestyle. The magazine's objective is to challenge and dispel the myths and stereotypes surrounding Africa and its peoples, providing a fresh angle that is often glazed over by other media channels. It is printed and distributed in the UK, Cameroon, some parts of Europe and America including major African cities as well as online via www.fabafriq.com. A digital version is also available worldwide. Over 20,000 copies are sold through other channels, such as hotels, resorts and health centres.
The demographic is interested in African development, culture and lifestyle. It inspires innovation across the continent and within its peoples, expatriated or otherwise. FabAfriq also strengthens new and existing brands through articles and events.
The main themes of the magazine are: career, socio-economy issues, fashion, tourism, beauty, events, cuisine, health, culture, sports, humanitarian work, celebrity spotlight, business, parenting etc.