Selorm Branttie is the Global Strategy Director for mPedigree, the industry leader in using innovative mobile technologies to counter the faking of products using mobile technology.
Since joining mPedigree in 2010, Selorm has been responsible for the expansion of the service under the mandate of NAFDAC in Nigeria and seeing the technology to industries including but not limited to Automotive, Cosmetics, Textiles and several Fast Moving Consumer Goods brands.
Selorm led efforts to put mPedigree on course to provide traceability applications for crop seed varieties in East Africa, with plans to bring other agro-inputs under the ambit of the surveillance program.
He is also responsible for the design and dissemination of public information related to drug supply chains and anti-counterfeiting, working closely with stakeholders like regulators and pharmaceutical co-operatives in Ghana, Kenya, Nigeria, Rwanda, Uganda, Tanzania and Sierra Leone.
Selorm is an Aspen Global Voices 2019 fellow and a Skoll Entrepreneurship Award winner for 2019.
Selorm was a founding member of IMANI Center for Policy and Education, a think tank that directs on issues related to development and governance. His efforts contributed to the organisation being named among the world’s top 100 think tanks by the United Nations and in the top 5 of African research institutes in consecutive years by the University of Pennsylvania