As a creative technologist, Tabby Nanzala Mayabi has a deep passion for unleashing Africa’s potential through technology; beginning with agriculture. She has cofounded Ghalani, an agritech company which seeks to be a hub of centralised software tools that ensure synergy of processes and collaboration of stakeholders in the various agricultural value chains. Though many agricultural ICT tools exist, the processes involved from farm to fork are still manual and highly autonomous therefore difficult to easily make informed decisions. This sparked her interest to solve this problem in agriculture. Prior to starting Ghalani, she also cofounded Aushi, a software platform that helps schools organise records and tutor their students better. She has also worked as a software consultant in an IT firm. She is an alumna of Meltwater Entrepreneurial School of Technology (MEST) through which she still enjoys mentorship in her entrepreneurial journey. She currently resides in Ghana and spends her free time learning something new, inspiring others and being involved in charity.