Our mission is to connect brilliance with opportunity
Irrespective of race, gender, and geography.
Empower your future
What Andela means to us
We exist to unlock human potential at scale. We envision a world where the most talented people can build a career commensurate with their ability – not their race, gender, or geography.
Brilliant minds and companies come
together to build the future
Meet the team dedicated to helping the world’s best
companies build the world’s best teams.
We are grateful to be backed by some of the best
in the world.
Transforming lives through technology
many great things
We release our open marketplace
We unlock the ability for our users to interact directly with one another while launching new value-added services like healthcare.
- $200M Series E funding
Led by Softbank Vision Fund 2 with participation from new investor Whale Rock and existing investors including Generation Investment Management, Chan Zuckerberg Initiative, and Spark Capital.
- Global expansion announcement
After proving that remote work was the way of the future, we doubled down on our investment in global talent in emerging markets around the world.
- Welcomed senior remote engineers
Senior engineers in Egypt and Ghana joined the Andela community creating our first-ever remote hubs.
- Launched pan-African hub
In partnership with the Rwanda Development Board that integrates all government agencies responsible for the attraction, retention, and facilitation of investments in the national economy.
- Launched Andela Learning Community (ALC)
We partnered with Google and Udacity to create a technical learning program accessible to aspiring developers in Kenya, Nigeria, and Uganda.
- Launched an all-female cohort of engineers
To increase female representation in tech, Andela Kenya opened applications for an all-female contingent in the country’s capital of Nairobi.
- Our community became international
After incredible success in Nigeria, we opened applications to Kenya, Ghana, and South Africa with a new hub in Nairobi.
- Launched our first recruitment cycle
We hired our first cohort – four Nigerian software engineers – after receiving 700 applications for 4 spots.