Hannah Subayi KamuangaPartner at Launch Africa Ventures
Hannah Subayi Kamuanga is an experienced impact and early stage investor in Africa, currently acting as a Partner at Launch Africa Ventures (https://www.launchafrica.vc/), with a particular focus on frontier markets and female founders and deeptech investments.
Passionate about African investments, Hannah also advises African investment funds (including Aruwa Capital, the leading gender-lens fund in Nigeria) and has been recently re-appointed as a non-executive director of ABAN, the African Business Angel Network (ABAN) is a Pan-African non-profit association (https://abanangels.org/), being herself the co-founder of Dazzle Angels and DRC Impact Angels.
Previously, Hannah was acting as the Country Officer for the Republic Democratic of Congo (DRC) within Proparco - one of the largest DFIs in the world (https://www.proparco.fr/fr).
Before joining Launch Africa Ventures and Proparco, Hannah was a principal in a 1bn$ African fund and an investment banker in London.
She graduated from HEC Paris Business School and from Paris I - La Sorbonne Law School in France with two Masters degrees (in Finance and in Business Law).
She is a 2023 Desmond Tutu Fellow (https://alinstitute.org/2023-fellows/hannah-subayi-kamuanga). She is the winner of 2023 BWAM in the category Impact Investor (https://bwam40under40.awardstage.com/#!/winners), is a 2022 Alumni from the Boardroom Africa (https://theboardroomafrica.com/) and a 2022 Fellow of Africa Venture Philanthropy Alliance (https://avpa.africa/leadership/hannah-subayi-kamuanga/).