Founder of eLearning Africa, Germany
Rebecca Stromeyer is the Managing Director and Founder of the media company ICWE GmbH, as well as a co-founder and co-owner of ICEF GmbH (since 1991), the recognised global leader in international student recruitment.
She is Co-Founder and the Conference Chair of the flagship conference of the OEB Global conference series since 1995 and has played a leading role in the conference series’ ongoing success. The annual conference is the leading global cross-sector conference on technology supported learning and training and is regarded as the key networking event of the international e-learning industry, which brings together 2300+ experts and practitioners from 80+ countries.
She is the Founder of eLearning Africa annual conference and exhibition series which was launched in 2005 and is attended by over 1,000 delegates from across Africa. In 2012 she launched the eLearning Africa Report, an annual report based on the findings of an extensive survey of technology-supported learning practitioners on the Continent. She is Chair of the charity East Trust, which focuses on technology enhanced education and learning in Africa.
Rebecca is advisor to the eLearning industry body ELIG and Vice-Chair of the Board of the Global Business School Network and a Council Member of the Drucker Society. Between 2010 and 2014 she was a board member of the Global Development Learning Network, which has 120 affiliates in 80 countries.