In addition to being CEO and Founder of MicroMax Consulting, Dr Abulokwe serves as a Non-Executive Director at the University of Cambridge and Chairs the Board Nominations Committee at ISACA, amongst others. In 2019, Nneka received an OBE for services to business, and has introduced a system of governance which promotes greater empowerment of people and inclusion to improve business performance, in the digital economy. She mentors with EMpower and the Cherie Blair Foundation for Women, and is often found on BBC national and international press speaking on boardroom diversity and tech. Nneka is a passionate proponent of women and girls in tech and has supported programmes for ethnic minority women’s inclusion at the UN General Assembly, the UK and across Africa. She is the first black female professionals to sit at board-level of a multi-national tech company in the UK and the first black woman admitted to the Information Technologists Livery Company. Nneka is an international keynote speaker on digital, governance and celebrating diversity in tech.