Founder: Mariama

Mariama Kabia is an entrepreneur driven by social impact.

Mariama is Co-founder of Memunatu Magazine. As Co-founder and CEO, Mariama leads unique partnerships including those with 30+ nonprofits, embassies, and student organizations to bring innovative content to girls in need. In 2016, Mariama was selected as a GES+ delegate and one of 12 early-stage entrepreneurs in the social impact category to pitch at the Global Entrepreneurship Summit in Silicon Valley. In 2015, Washington Life Magazine named Mariama one of its “Tech 25” in a special innovators and disruptors issue.

Other awards include Halcyon Incubator Fellowship Winner, Penn-Columbia Social Impact House Fellowship Winner, Wharton Africa Business Forum Finalist, Harvard Innovation Lab team, Dell Social Innovation Semifinalist Fellowship Winner, and CGI U Commitment to Action.

Mariama received her Master of Public Policy from Harvard Kennedy School of Government where she served as Co-Chair of the 15th annual Harvard Social Enterprise Conference. Prior, Mariama earned her B.A cum laude in International Relations from the University of Pennsylvania.