Stéphanie Abogne is a Senior Consultant at Technopolis Africa – Technopolis Group regional African subsidiary based in Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire. She totalised ten (10) years of experience in economic analysis, strategic planning, public management, design and evaluation of public policies and programs.
She has contributed to the development of several strategies and policies aiming to foster private sector development and industrial competitiveness in Africa. She has applied successfully a range of methods such as interviews, surveys, case studies, desk research, literature reviews, statistical analysis and benchmarking studies.
Before joining Technopolis, she spent four years at a lead consulting company in various capacities. As the technical assistant of the Managing Director, she was in charge of strategic projects monitoring and evaluation. As a senior economist, she has conducted several economic and financial appraisals of projects in infrastructure, agriculture, urban development and industrial sector development, and provided cutting-edge consulting solutions to governments in Africa.
She has developed expertise in complex projects management, public policies and strategies design and has worked extensively on projects related to industrial competitiveness, trade facilitation, international relations, and cooperation.
She has also developed and gained excellent skills in policy development and program designing related to various economic development issues, working as a policy analyst in the Cabinet of the Minister of Industry and Mining.
Stephanie holds a master’s degree in Statistics and Applied Economics from ENSEA (Senior Statistician Economist) and an MSc in International Development, Public Policy, and Management from the University of Manchester. She also holds a postgraduate diploma in public administration with a major in public policy and program evaluation.
She is a Mandela Washington Fellow (2016) where she obtained a certificate at the Public Management Institute at Florida International University. She is also a UK Chevening alumni. She works in French and English.