Jacqueline NGO MPII



Paris, France

Mentored by:

Nina Easton


Founder and CEO, Little Africa Enterprise

Jacqueline NGO MPII is a young entrepreneur with a vision to transform her passion for art, tourism, and languages into a multi-dimensional project with character. Little Africa is a sustainable and inclusive enterprise whose mission is to promote the art and culture of Africa and its diaspora. The Little Africa venture is the culmination of her seven-year career in the tourism industry.

In 2014, Jacqueline first launched the website for Little Africa, establishing it as a platform dedicated to the African diaspora in Paris. The following year, she expanded the program to include tours in neighborhoods such as Saint-Germain-des-Pres and Goutte d’Or, providing opportunities for visitors to explore from a new and unique perspective.

Jacqueline is constantly redefining and expanding her activities. She plays many different roles: cultural ambassador, curator, author, publisher, and philanthropist. Her efforts have been recognized and featured in publications all around the world, most recently in Jeune Afrique and Paris Vogue’s piece, “How to travel to Africa without leaving Paris?” Jacqueline has also been featured in The Huffington Post as one of three travel entrepreneurs to follow.