Care Givers.

We are a globally dispersed team of talented pharmacists, researchers, engineers, builders, entrepreneurs, students, and social innovators.

Core Team

Morẹ́nikẹ́ Ẹniọlá Ọláòṣebìkan CEO, BSc. Pharm, RPh

Retail Pharmacy Owner and Founder of Ribbon Rouge Foundation

Ainara Serrano – International Trade, BBA

International trade of licensed consumer goods and B2B customer service

Joel Maweni – Business Intelligence & Strategy, MBA, MA, BBA

Business strategy, economic development, think tanks, and financial services

Tawfiquer Raihan - Medicines Formulation & Industrial Pharmacy, BPharm, MSc

Formulation, process development, and manufacturing of various medications

Muyiwa Taiwo - Operations & Logistics Excellence, BSc-Elec Eng BSc-Instr Eng

Operations, project management, and implementing changes to improve efficiencies

Laolu Ganiy - Research & Design, BTech-Architecture

Applied research in architecture, design, and urbanism in Nigeria, Amsterdam, and the UK

Melinda Jacobs - Fundraising & Product Development

Social innovation, technology management, and ethical AI in global financial services industry

Esteemed Advisors

Dr. Jodi Abbott: President and CEO of the University Hospital Foundation

Dr. Julian Norris: Faculty at the University of Calgary Haskayne School of Business

Samuel Óghalè Oboh, FAIA: Principal & VP, Ensight+; Hon Consul of Botswana-Canada

We have on-the-ground liaisons in Mauritius, Botswana, Uganda, Chad, South Africa, Nigeria, Kenya, Ghana, Ethiopia, and Canada. We invite potential partners in these countries to contact us.

Maps of Canada and Africa

Essentially Everywhere.

With roots in Africa and a home base in Canada, Kemet aims to bring Industry 4.0 technology and modular pharmaceutical “factories in a box” to low-resource settings across the globe.

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Medications

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Clients

UN SDGs

Meet Morẹ́nikẹ́.

Kemet is founded by Morẹ́nikẹ́ Ọláòṣebìkan, who grew up in Nigeria listening to stories about entire villages of parents being wiped out by HIV, and mothers passing the infection to their babies while consuming counterfeit meds made of baking soda. Now as a pharmacist and social innovator in Canada, she is creating bold new stories of hope and health.

To Equity,