Amaka Uche

Amaka Uche | Visa

Amaka Uche

Amaka is a Graduate Recruitment Talent Manager at global payments technology firm, Visa.

She is also co-chair of the Visa BAME & Allies employee resource group which celebrates cultural diversity in our European firm. Through this role, we hold regular events to support Visa staff to be empowered through cultural awareness and support our local community.

Amaka is extremely passionate about careers, personal development and helping millennials and gen-z realise their full potential. In the last 10 years, Amaka has worked in various student recruitment roles and functions where she has always had a passion to give career advice and help people get the jobs they desire. This passion was enhanced in 2016 when Amaka began to write for independent career blogs giving insights, advice, hints and tips on navigating an over saturated job market.

To date, Amaka uses her free time to create social media content to inspire and motivate people with all things related to careers and recruitment. Amaka also mentors others, delivers employability workshops and has been invited to speak at various in person and virtual personal development events.


Tribeni Chougule

Tribeni Chougule | Visa

Tribeni Chougule

Qualified as an Electronics and Power Engineer, Tribeni has over 20 years’ experience in technology across diverse sectors and geographies, starting her journey as an ABAP programmer (SAP’s proprietary programming language).

She is currently Head of Change Management in Visa Finance (Europe). Prior to this, she led the Technology innovation team in the London Innovation Centre. In her 8 years in Visa, Tribeni has delivered Agile transformations and managed multiple complex programmes and projects during and post-Visa Europe acquisition. She is a Warwick Business School Executive MBA student and also a Staff and Students Liason Committee representative for her cohort. Her dissertation explores Responsible Innovation using fair and unbiased AI within financial services. Prior to Visa, Tribeni has worked with the top tier of Indian IT companies of Tata Technologies, Wipro and Infosys, through which she worked across various industries and geographies in the SAP domain. Passionate about the inclusion of diversity and social impact, Tribeni is the co-chair of Visa's Women in Technology Europe network, and a techUK Skills and Diversity Council member. She is a Cherie Blair foundation Women in Business mentor alumnus, Women in Payments and Migrant Leader mentor, and an AI APPG task force member. She also mentors recipients of the STEM bursary which she has set up from her personal fund for girls from a disadvantaged background – one with Kendrick School, Reading and the other with the WBS foundation course.