Fleri founder and CEO, Sam Baddoo grew up in Accra, Ghana and after a relatively adventure-filled childhood, left for Morocco at age 18 to study on a United Nations scholarship. His experiences living and working there will come to shape his views on Pan-Africanism, immigration, and entrepreneurship.
A serial entrepreneur who will later find himself as an immigrant in the United States, those past experiences—seeing first-hand the challenges that face many immigrants who leave their home countries for a chance at a better life for themselves and their loved ones back home—will be the very same challenges he will end up addressing.
A reservist in the United States Army and previously a co-founder at [re]start, an Ohio-based startup, Sam Baddoo recently founded Fleri, a directed remittance empowering immigrants who need a way to provide quality healthcare for dependent family members in Africa.
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