With encouragement from his family, Teka moved to Awassa, a city 275 km away from the capital city of Ethiopia to study Computer Science at Hawassa University (formerly called Debub University) and later on became a Microsoft Certified Professional. He has had the privilege to work for the government and top software companies as an IT instructor. Teka is passionate about writing code, training and helping others with his profession.
In his free time, Teka loves to meet friends, watch movies, read books and play table tennis.
Abou KoneDirector of Engineering (Ivory Coast)
Dubbing his personal blog “The Technological African” was a way for Abou Kone, a Cote d’Ivoire native now living in Maryland, to shock and refactor the thinking of his American developer
Muthoni NjokiMarketing Associate (Kenya)
Muthoni is a tech enthusiast who can not code to save her life but can sell you a good story. She began working at a technology startup based in Nairobi while still in university as a brand ambassador
Amadou DaffeCEO/Co-founder (Senegal)
Back in 2009, Amadou came back to Africa in a quest to locate the best African software developers to kick-start a software outsourcing venture that operated entirely by African citizens but serving
Tony MutaiSr. Backend API Engineer/Trainer (Kenya)
He is a software engineer primarily specializing in designing and building of Web API's aka programming for the internets. His love for working with API’s stems from interest and enjoyment of working
Bekure TamiratDirector of Operations (Ethiopia)
Before joining Gebeya full time, Bekure devoted to building his career around two cornerstones: IT and Education. He has been involved in the education sector as an educator, contributor in IT policies
Hiruy AmanuelCo-Founder & Director of Incubation (Ethiopia)
A Silicon Valley entrepreneur, Hiruy Amanuel has established himself as a prominent regional investor in recent years. He started his career in San Francisco after identifying a business opportunity in