Michelle Chivunga Nsanzumuco has vast experience in government policy, financing, and investment frameworks, previously working for the British Bankers Association(now UK Finance) managing a range of global projects working with many senior stakeholders – mainly with governments, business leaders and development institutions in both the private and public sectors.
Michelle has had engagement with groups like the OECD, Commonwealth, World Bank, World Trade organization, European Banking Federation, World Economic Forum, HM Treasury, British Chambers of Commerce, EU Commission & many government leads globally. Michelle is currently Chair of the international committee and Senior Regional Advisor (Africa) at the British Blockchain Association (BBA) exploring emerging technologies such as Blockchain technology particularly in the context of international development, climate change, trade, enterprise, and sustainable development.
Often referred to as a young thought leader in the Blockchain space, Michelle is a recognized leader and influencer with global experience working with many international senior stakeholders,mainly reviewing the impact of emerging technology such as Blockchain for different segments of society and supporting women/business/government and others to educate and leverage digital tools that foster social and economic development.
Michelle is also part of the University of Surrey, joining to evaluate emerging technologies including working on the first UK DLT/Blockchain project within Surrey Business School’s Centre for Digital Economy. Michelle leads in designing Surrey business school executive education programs around leadership, digital and many other educational areas, designing innovative programs to support businesses, governments, and other global institutions.