Christine Sesay is one of the Founders of Freetown Business School which was established in February 2017. She has over 10 years’ experience in key roles of increasing responsibility; demonstrating excellent stakeholder relationship management skills, with strong commercial and negotiating expertise; managing complex international projects, consistently ensuring a high calibre of professionalism, safe and efficient execution of operations.
She is currently the Acting Country Director for Clinton Health Access initiative (CHAI), a global health organization committed to strengthening integrated health systems in the developing world and expanding access to care and treatment for HIV/AIDS, malaria and tuberculosis.
Prior to CHAI, she was the Deputy Country Director for Operations at GOAL Sierra Leone. With deep desire to return to Africa, she moved to Niamey, Niger to work with an Irish Organization – Concern Worldwide as an Assistant Financial controller.
Her career started out as Account Assistant at construction/Maintenance company – CAG manufacturing in Dublin. Then she worked for an accountancy practice Houlihan and Cushnahan where she progressed from the Real Estate accountant to the Financial Controller over a 4 year period.
She is a fellow of the Association Chartered and Certified Accountants (FCCA), holds a BA in Accounting & Finance and Master’s Degree in Finance.
She is the founder and CEO of Africa’s Moneyprenuer, a financial education platform created to help make discussing money and finances easy and fun. She is determined and driven leader, who is passionate about wealth management especially in our African economies