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Charlene Fadirepo

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Charlene is also passionate about financial and wealth education and served as the President of Greater Washington Jumpstart Coalition, a youth-focused financial education non-profit organization for four years. She has hosted multiple live family money segments on the Good Morning Washington Show on ABC 7 and has partnered with organizations including Industrial Bank, Kingston Math Academy, and E. L. Haynes Public Charter School to host financial education workshops for youth.

Charlene studied Electrical Engineering at the University of Virginia and has a Masters In Business Administration from the Fuqua School of Business at Duke University. In her spare time, she enjoys running, strength training, and salsa dancing. She lives in Washington, DC with her husband, ten-old son Ayo, and 5 year-old daughter Folasade (Sade).


Charlene Fadirepo is the founder and CEO of Mango Digital Strategies, a digital assets consulting firm that supports mission-driven businesses and organizations on their Bitcoin and cryptocurrency innovation journey. For over two years, she has leveraged her expertise in finance, regulation, and strategy to help her clients integrate Bitcoin and cryptocurrency into their business models, from treasury management to Bitcoin mining.

Charlene is also a passionate speaker, author, and educator in the fintech, Bitcoin, and cryptocurrency space. She is the creator of the Bitcoin In Africa Podcast, a co-author of the Bitcoin policy book, Bitcoin and the American Dream, and the author of the Bitcoin children's book, Sade's Satoshis.

She has appeared in Time Magazine, Good Morning America, Yahoo Finance, and other media outlets as an internationally recognized thought leader and professional speaker. Charlene's mission is to empower financial inclusion and growth through Bitcoin and cryptocurrency innovation.

Prior to Mango Digital Strategies, Charlene led audit teams at the Federal Reserve to improve the safety and soundness of the U.S. financial system. She also spent several years as a management consultant with PwC, advising Wall Street banks following the financial crisis.


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