Francine Beleyi is a bilingual French-English, Business & Digital Communication Strategist. She helps forward thinking organisations, entrepreneurs and individuals to create 21st century business and establish an impactful and profitable online presence.
She is the founder of nucleus of change, a company specialising in helping organisations to adapt & thrive in the digital age and mydigitalpal.com an online platform, where they teach experts, entrepreneurs and other individuals to learn step by step they skills they need to use digital tools to start and grow a business online and stop trading time for money.
Francine focuses on Entrepreneurship, Digital platform business models, Leadership and helping people to adapt quickly to change. She has helped many companies to develop their brands nationally and internationally, to maximise customers’ engagement and reach a wider audience in Europe, Africa, Middle East and Asia.
Her method and approach result from more than two decades of rich and versatile professional career. She brings a unique mix of marketing creativity, journalism rigor and a solid business experience to support companies and leaders to engage with their audience in the most compelling ways and build long lasting companies.
Francine hold a Master’s degree in Organisation Consulting and Change management, has advanced training in Marketing and Entrepreneurship and a NCTJ diploma in Multimedia Journalism.
Francine is also a powerful speaker. Her transformational programs, presentations and speeches have helped hundreds of people and businesses to accelerate their results. People who work with Francine describe her as “a champion for action who implements action driven strategies, but most importantly, follows through and delivers the required results.”
Francine is passionate about women empowerment. Active in high leadership circles, she has served for two years in the steering committee of European Professional Women Network-London (EPWN) now known as PWN as Head of leadership & programming for ‘High potentials’. She is member of the executive committee of Women in Diplomatic Services (WDS).
Francine is also a passionate advocate of Africa development and is the founder of ADIPWE, an online forum that lists annually the top 20 African Diaspora Professional Women in Europe who are also contributing to Africa’s development and spread untold stories.
She was a panel speaker at the African Women forum. Her other causes include education, fighting poverty through entrepreneurship.
Francine passion is also to close the digital divide between gender, nations and or any kind of origin. She provides computer skills training to adults in the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea at the Central library.
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