Christine brings over 20 years of experience founding, managing, and operating start-up and early-stage companies. In 2006, she was the principle consultant for the start-up of three software companies in Tanzania. She recently designed and completed a strategy and operations plan for the Miami Center for Innovation and Commercialization (Miami University, Ohio).
She founded eCent Technology Inc in 1998 and served as its president through 2003. Ms. Adamow was Founder, President & CEO of National Corporate Health Services, a privately held software company that developed and marketed a decision support risk management solution.
Ms. Adamow is a seasoned executive, holding the office of President for three start-up firms and one service firm. During these tenures, she has attracted both start-up and early-stage funding through private placement offerings. She held executive management positions at Alexander & Alexander, an international insurance brokerage firm, and US Trust, where she was an institutional banking officer. She brings to Africa Biofuel and Emission Reduction (Tanzania) Limited extensive expertise in both corporate and start-up turnarounds, mergers, acquisitions and business development.
Ms. Adamow holds a Bachelor’s degree from Simmons College and Masters degrees from Columbia University, Boston University, and Framingham State College in Corporate Finance, Strategic Planning and Biochemistry, respectively. She can be found here on LinkedIn.