Charlene Fadirepo is a Bitcoin advocate, consultant, former regulator and highly-rated financial empowerment speaker with 15+ years of experience in financial services, and bank regulation consulting. During her successful career in banking and consulting, Charlene worked at PwC, Citibank, Royal Bank of Canada, Cherokee Investment Partners, HSBC, and the Federal Reserve Board of Governors.
Charlene is deeply passionate about the social justice and human rights use case of Bitcoin in the U.S. and around the world. Charlene is the founder of Guidefi, a fintech platform that connects women of color with financial professionals and Bitcoin education courses. She is the Founder and host of the Bitcoin In Nigeria Show, a show that focused on the impact of Bitcoin in Nigeria and across Africa. Charlene is a co-author of the best selling Bitcoin policy book, Bitcoin & the American Dream, and the author of the popular Bitcoin children’s book called Sade’s Satoshis. Charlene also helps mall businesses and non-profit organizations integrate Bitcoin into their business strategies.
As a thought leader in the Bitcoin investing space, Charlene has appeared on Good Morning America, Yahoo Finance and ABC News. She also has been featured in Time Magazine, Coindesk, Business Insider, TechCrunch and Forbes. Charlene earned an MBA from the Fuqua School of Business at Duke University, and an undergraduate degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Virginia. Find out more at www.charlenefadirepo.com
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