Rosecliff CFO Mickael Dada Amos Honored by Face2Face Africa
Rosecliff CFO, Mickael Dada Amos, has been named one of the 30 Black Stars of 2019 by Face2Face Africa, the world’s premiere Pan-Africa publication.
30 Black Stars is an initiative created by Face2face Africa to highlight and celebrate the achievements and impact of African, African-American, and Caribbean-American business and professional leaders in the United States. Each year, Face2face identifies and honors 30 outstanding professionals, across all industries, who have distinguished themselves and are paving a way for minorities through a commitment to excellence.
Mickael has been honored alongside:
- Michael Armstrong, EVP of Paramount Pictures
- Anne Jean-Baptiste, Head of Product Inclusion at Google
- Sekou Kaalund, Managing Director at JPMorgan Chase
- Sabina Dankwa, VP at Goldman Sachs
- Ezinne Kwubiri, Head of Inclusion and Diversity at H&M
- Mikeisha Anderson Jones, VP, Global Diverse Exec Engagement at American Express
Born in Cotonou, Benin, Mickael is fluent in French. He earned a B.S. in Banking & Finance in Benin graduating Magna Cum Laude and his M.S. in Accountancy (MSA) from Wake Forest University’s School of Business on a full academic scholarship. Mickael is a Certified Public Accountant (CPA) licensed by the State of New York, and is currently pursuing the CFA designation.
Prior to joining Rosecliff Ventures, Mickael was the Fund Controller at Kuramo Capital Management, a multi-asset class manager serving institutional investors looking to invest in Sub-Saharan Africa. Mickael started his career at PwC in the Investment Management Tax group where he assisted alternative asset mangers to meet their U.S. tax reporting regulations.