Principal Founder and CEO
For over 25 years, Genevieve Leveille has been a noteworthy leader in the finance, supply chain optimization, and technology ecosystems. These days, she is recognized as the CEO and Principal Founder of AgriLedger but continues to contribute in the realms of digital identity and financial transformation.
In 2020, Genevieve implemented a blockchain solution in the Haiti Fresh Fruit Value Chain in collaboration with the Ministry of Commerce and the World Bank. As a result of this implementation, farmers, consumers, and families reaped the benefits of fairer prices and improved food security; participating small-holder farmers saw an increase of over 700% in their revenues.
AgriLedger continues to drive the adoption of blockchain in agriculture with implantation in the coffee value chain in Tanzania and an extension of Reimagined Finance (ReFi) for the maize and peas value chains in Haiti.
In her earlier career, Genevieve held executive management-level roles for several Fortune 500 companies including General Electric, JP Morgan Chase, Hewlett Packard, and the Royal Bank of Scotland. Currently, Genevieve serves as vice chair of the techUK Distributed Ledger Technology (DLT) Working group. She is also a non-executive director and board member for FinTech for International Development (F4ID), Resurgence, and a Senior Advisor for the digital ID roll-out for the Democratic Republic of Congo’s Ministry of Education.
Genevieve has been recognized by several organizations for her work in technology and decentralized finance. In 2019 she was nominated for the Financial Times’ Top BAME in Technology UK. In 2021 Computer Weekly named Genevieve as one of the Most Influential Women in UK Tech. Genevieve holds a Bachelor’s degree in Biochemistry from Columbia University, is a Certified Treasury Professional, and is a certified Six Sigma Black Belt in Process Improvement.