Cordel Robbin-Coker is Co-Founder and CEO of Carry1st the mobile games publishing platform that enables global gaming studios to unlock the untapped African market.
Prior to founding Carry1st, Cordel spent a decade in high finance with The Carlyle Group and Morgan Stanley across the US, Europe, and Africa; most recently serving as Vice President in Carlyle’s first Africa fund.
Cordel is a Director of the Milton Hershey School – a K12 boarding school for underprivileged children – as well as the multi-billion dollar endowment that supports it. Cordel is an active angel investor with over 20 investments in Africa-focused technology startups. He is a graduate of Stanford University.