Cote d’Ivoire | Global Dignity

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Country Chair: Franck Kié

Cote d'Ivoire

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Franck Kié

Country Chair For Cote d'Ivoire

Franck Kié is a former Senior Consultant in Financial and Advisory Services at Deloitte for which he worked for about 4 years at the Abidjan and Johannesburg office.

Franck is deeply passionate about African history, politics and about development, education and environmental issues. Franck co-founded the Future Africa Foundation which aims to support underprivileged children in the Ivory Coast in the field of education and raise awareness about environmental issues. Franck received his Masters degree in Politics and International Relations at the University of Warwick, United Kingdom and is now pursuing another Masters degree in Strategy, Risk & Cybersecurity at New York University, United States.

Franck serves as the Past Curator of the Abidjan Hub of the Global Shapers Community, an initiative from the World Economic Forum led by young people 20 to 30, who are exceptional in their potential, their achievements, and their drive to make a contribution to their communities.