Frankline Ojiambo is a Kenyan entrepreneur, the founder, and CEO of Frankys Foundation. He is Africa’s most successful young entrepreneur passionate about solving critical problems faced by women while at the same time solving the global environmental issue of electronic waste. He was born and raised in a humble family of six children in one of the largest slums in Kenya - Huruma Slums. His parents had to work hard to put meals on their table, so even paying his school fees from lower primary to secondary was a big challenge. Life at home was too complicated, and after his secondary school education, he left home to seek employment. Unfortunately, finding open job opportunities was never easy, so he ended up doing small jobs of different types, especially those involved in cleaning and washing, to earn a little extra money, the careers he never aspired to do when he grew up. In the long run, he managed to join college and studied ICT as a course (information Communication technology) as he continued to do odd jobs to earn a living. Years went by, and luckily, he got employed as a Computer Engineer in a local ICT company for four years. He learned and gained much experience while in the firm, even though the salary was too low. In the fifth year, He resigned from the company and started an ICT firm. He believed one day he would start his own company and support women in the community. So after two years of operation, he founded Frankys foundation to reach out to needy and vulnerable women empowering them with ICT skills in laptop and smartphone repairs to encourage self-employment. He has passed on his leadership, technical and entrepreneurial skills to them. Most of them have started repairing businesses across the country, employing themselves with others, while others got employed in ICT companies as technicians. By far, these have provided a solution to joblessness, reduction in crime rate, early pregnancies, drug abuse, and electronic waste management. He has sparked a series of inspiration amongst the Kenyan women through his entrepreneurial skills and his un-ending will to succeed even when the modern socio-economic setup is against them. Frankline is always thinking about expanding the foundation into a multi-dollar self-sustainable foundation that produces pan African businesswomen leaders, innovators, and entrepreneurs, especially in the technical field, a structural field ignored all through.