Afam Elue is an aspiring Social Psychologist with a diverse professional and cultural background.
Born in West Africa, he began his career corporate banking with what is now Africa’s largest bank.
He moved to the US in 2004 for post graduate studies, earning an MBA (master’s in business administration) degree from the University of Dallas in Texas.
He continued his work in financial services with companies like Citi Financial and Edward Jones Investments before transitioning to IT project management.
Today he is an Investor, Business Consultant and Tech Entrepreneur. As a Microsoft Partner, he specializes in acquiring and rolling up other IT firms in order to scale quickly.
He lives in Toronto Canada with his wife -Elaine, a Singaporean National, and their three children Chino, Kanayo and Tobe.
In 2021, he was a candidate for the Green Party in the Federal Elections in Canada contesting to be a Member of Parliament on the platform of Climate Action in response to the global climate emergency.
He is the Founder and Chairperson of ABC (African Business Community), a Not-For-Profit, social enterprise focused on helping entrepreneurs of afro-descent towards the creation and preservation of wealth.