My Black is Transnational

Molly Jensen is the Chief Executive Officer of Afripods, a free pan-African podcast hosting platform building the largest library of African audio stories on the planet, based in Nairobi, Kenya. With the ability to categorize in over 50 languages and with content from over 30 countries including that from individual podcasters, radio stations and media houses, Afripods is the home for African podcasting across the continent and within the Diaspora. As a Ghanaian-American born in New York, Molly is extremely excited to help digitize African stories and wants to see African creators take up as much space as possible while creating avenues to help them get paid for their work. She has over ten years of experience across people management, sales, marketing and technology.
She has spoken at Podcast Movement, Africa Podcast Day, Africa Media Festival, BBC Media Leaders conferences, WAN-IFRA Digital Media Africa conference both the inaugural Advertising Week Africa and inaugural Trace Music Awards. She most recently was featured in Forbes, The Guardian, Reuters, JamLab Africa, Podcast Sessions and Apple Podcasts. 

Additionally, she served as an EQ Ambassador for Six Seconds, a global non-profit focused on the awareness of emotional intelligence, and enjoys traveling.
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