Meet the Team

Internet4Good Africa is a youth-led initiative founded in 2019 by members of the Bosch Alumni Network (Media Cluster) to counter stereotypes surrounding African youth internet usage and promote ethical pathways for digital inclusion.

So far, the organization has reached over 3000 youth through advocacy, collaborative networking and capacity-building efforts. Our partnership record includes local and international organizations including: The United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC), iac Berlin, among others.


Oyindamola is a youth and leadership development expert committed to equipping Africa’s youth, entrepreneurs, and leaders to catalyze sustainable development across the continent. She is the Executive Director of Internet4Good Africa, a youth-led initiative challenging stereotypes surrounding African youth’s internet usage, while promoting ethical pathways for digital inclusion. With over seven years experience encompassing program and grant management, stakeholder engagement, strategic planning, and qualitative research, she has forged regional networks and managed high-impact initiatives across West Africa. Oyindamola is also Senior Associate and Foundry Lead at Acumen Academy, where she supports strategy and operations for the West Africa Fellowship, and the Foundry – a community of 130+ social entrepreneurs across West Africa, collectively impacting 2 million lives. She is an Erasmus Mundus Joint Master’s Degree Scholar in Education Policies for Global Development and a 2019 Ban Ki-moon Global Citizens Scholar.


Mercy Mangwana Nyamhunga is a Zimbabwean digital storyteller, film academic and practitioner with 6+ years of experience. She is the Communications Lead for the Internet4Good Africa. She enjoys telling stories of change through her work in the development sector and advocating for women’s and children’s rights to education, health, and equal representation. Mercy has worked in development communication since 2017 with her recent work being with the United Nations Population Fund where she is a Multimedia Communications Specialist, she has also worked with the Education Coalition of Zimbabwe, where she served as a Communications and Advocacy officer. Among other media-related academic qualifications, her highest qualification is a Master of Philosophy Degree in Media Studies focusing on film distribution in Zimbabwe. Mercy has written scripts for award winning TV shows, directed and conceptualized documentaries featured on international platforms like the Mekk Conference on the safety of Journalists. In the past she has worked with Mitambo International Theatre Festival managing digital media and produced a festival bulletin published by UNESCO. She is also currently a coordinator of the European Film Festival Zimbabwe, a platform championing cultural exchange and running one of the biggest shortfilm competitions in Zimbabwe. Mercy is a founding member of the Internet4Good Africa Initiative, a regional coordinator for the Bosch Alumni Southern Africa Region and an alumni of the African Filmmaking Fellowship.


Kodzo Yaotse is a public policy specialist with varied interests in energy and extractive governance, macroeconomic policy and internet policy and governance. Kodzo has 7+ years leading policy research and advocacy campaigns, managing networks, and raising funds for civic advocacy in Africa. He has led multiple advocacy campaigns aimed at strengthening transparency and accountability in the utilization of Africa’s natural resources, as well as on improving the narratives on internet use in Africa. Based in Accra, Kodzo is the Director of Finance and Administration of Internet4Good Africa. He also leads policy work on petroleum and conventional energy at an Africa focused energy policy thinktank.