STEM Education for African Girls


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Olaide Agboola

Software Engineer, Homebound/ShipStation (US)
Technical Team Lead, Andela (Nigeria)

Francis O’size

Operations Director, e2 Young Engineers (Nigeria)

Yewande Akinola

Design Engineer at Laing O’ Rourke; 2012 Young Woman Engineer of the Year; and host of UK TV’s “Impossible Engineering” (UK)

Johanna Amunjela

PhD Scholar focused on cancer research at the University of Aberdeen (UK)

Mudiame Apoe

Computer Scientist and Vice President, Goldman Sachs (UK)

Nkemdilim Begho

Future Software Resources Ltd (Nigeria)

Marieme Doukoure-Amoa

Supply Chain Director – IT Infrastructure at State Street (UK)

Dr. Ozak Esu

Technical Project Manager R&D at Hilti Group (Liechtenstein)
Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) Young Woman Engineer 2017

Tolulope Falola

Managing Director at Energy First Limited
Regional Business Development Manager(Hybrid Energy and Storage Solutions)

Rasheeda Yehuza

Software Engineer
Founder/ Technology Lead Nasara Tech Company Limited(Ghana)

Andrew Agbo-Madaki 

Cyber Security, Communications Consultant & FinTech Consultant

Regina Honu

Soronko Academy (Ghana)

Dr. Funmi OlaOlorun

Lecturer/ Honorary Consultant
College of Medicine, University of Ibadan (Nigeria)

Dr. Rabia Sa’id

2015 Elsevier Foundation Award Winner
Deputy Dean, Bayero University, Kano (Nigeria)

Yetunde Sanni

Software Developer
Graduate student in AI & Robotics
Research Intern at University of Lincoln (UK)

Adesola Obunge

Regulatory Affairs at AstraZeneca (UK)