CEO VIZEO & Nabou FALL Akademy
Francophone Sub-Saharan Africa
Nabou Fall is the Ceo of Vizeo agency, co-founder of Impact Hub Abidjan & Founder of Nabou Fall Akademy. Through coaching, training and consulting, she supports individuals and companies in the development of their brand in order to assert their strategic positioning.
Nabou Fall is the founder of Nabou Fall Akademy, a training and coaching in leadership and
transformational communication academy; she has been CEO of Vizeo since 2007. Vizeo is an
advertising agency with offices in the DRC, Ivory Coast, and Mali, helping large companies implement
strategic advertising campaigns and public relations in Africa. She began her career as a board
member for 15 years - Director of Sales and Marketing, Deputy General Manager, and General Manager - in several telecommunications companies such as MTN in Ivory Coast and Congo.
Nabou Fall is a sought-after public speaker as well as a renowned personal development coach, TEDx
speaker and author, mentor in various women empowerment NGOs, and she also collaborates with many
magazines because of her commitment to empowering her African sisters. President of Wimnet, WIC
Cote-d'Ivoire (Women Investment Club) and co-founder of Impact Hub Cote-d'Ivoire, she has a
degree in Computer Science, a master's degree in finance and management from ISG Paris, and also
an engineering degree in information systems and networks from the École Supérieure de Génie
Informatique de Paris. She obtained a leadership certificate from Harvard Business School, a
Boardroom Africa certificate from IOD London, as well as a women investors certificate from IDEP and CEA.
A Certified Personal Branding Strategist (CPBS) & Certified Digital Branding Strategist (CDBS), she is
an ICF Executive Coach and a Certified Emotional Intelligence Practitioner. Member of several boards
of directors including Africa Design School in Benin and ADU Niamey, as well as 2 women's
organizations including Empow'Her global and Zahara's Dream; Nabou Fall is passionate and
committed to the emergence of women leadership in Africa.