Genevieve Leveille is the CEO and Founder of AgriLedger and co-chair of distributed ledger technologies (DLT) Group of TechUK.
Leveille is from Haiti but lives in Jersey. She was educated at Columbia University where she earned her bachelor's degree in biochemistry.
Leveille is the vice-chair of techUK's distributed ledger technologies (DLT) working group, which provides strategic channels for all United Kingdom activities related DLT, and is an inaugural member of the advisory group for the Estonian government's eResidency initiative. She has spoken on emerging technologies at numerous conferences around the world.
In 2018, Leveille had strategy development and operations roles in ACChain and founded ACChain Technology International Service Ltd.
From 2018 to 2019 she was the CEO of Biolife, which enabled permission-based sharing of personal electronic health records.
She is the founder of Agriledger, a fintech venture with motive to warrant agricultural producer by standardizing their access to financial services. She led Agriledger's collaboration with Haiti's Ministry of Commerce and Industry to convey a distributed ledger technology pilot sponsored by the World Bank. The project went live in 2020 allowing Haitian fruit farmers, customers, families and other interested to reap the benefits of fairer prices and improved food security. She resigned as a director of Agriledger on 1 October 2020.
2020 Women in Software Power List (July 2020)
FDM everywoman in Technology Awards- Finalist- Innovator Awards (February 2020)
Female Founders in Fintech 2019 - Top Five Finalist (January 2020)
Baton Award - Finalist - Thought Leader (November 2019)
Inclusive Tech Alliance (ITA) Awards - Finalist - Entrepreneur of the Year (September 2019)
Women in Fintech Powerlist (November 2017)
Women in Fintech Powerlist (November 2016)
Viva Technology #Tech4Good Challenge- Selected Finalist (June 2016)
Financial Inclusion Grand Challenge - Selected Finalist (June 2016)
Women in IT Awards - Selected- Finalist - Security Champion (December 2015)