Isabel dos Santos is an entrepreneur from Angola, one of the most successful business leaders and the wealthiest woman in Africa. She is the daughter and oldest child of Angola’s former President Jose Eduardo dos Santos. He ruled the country of Angola from 1979 to 2017. Despite her wealth and title, Isabel is a true leader with the spirit of humility and service who chooses to work hard and help others succeed. She is an inspiration and an example of great leadership.
She is chairwoman and founder of Unitel, a telecommunications company in Angola. Unitel is the largest successful mobile carrier in Angola and it is a source of national pride. They offer innovative services including international calling and internet services with 4G. She is passionate about developing a solid-state of the art digital infrastructure as she knows that this will help Africans make use of the internet and compete in the global economy.
2019 #Luandina beer won the Monde Selection Gold Award,one of the world’s top quality awards; we are a SuperBrand in #Angola. Recognitions that prove the international quality of our beer.
今年我们luandina获得世界最高品质蒙特金奖，一个安哥拉的超级品牌，被国际认可的品质, 为此骄傲 pic.twitter.com/9jIi9QKvPZ
— Isabel Dos Santos (@isabelaangola) November 5, 2019
Isabel dos Santos is a determined hardworking leader and businesswoman. She has years of experience in creating infrastructure, economic development and the implementation of technology. Her dedication to the betterment of her country has led to the creation of 50,000 jobs for Angolan people.
In addition to her position at Unitel, Isabel dos Santos has over twenty years of experience working in many other industries including entertainment, media production, finance, and energy. She studied electrical engineering at King’s College in London.
Isabel dos Santos is also a dedicated philanthropist giving of her time and money in order to create economic opportunities in African countries that struggle with poverty. She is dedicated to mentoring others to become entrepreneurs to contribute to the global economy.
In 2015, Isabel dos Santos was named as one of the 100 top influential women in the world by the BBC.