Lisa has a degree in Software Engineering from Makerere University Kampala, Uganda. She was funded by the Network Start up resource Center to attend the Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing Conference in Minneapolis, United States of America.

She is proficient with Java, CSS, HTML and Shell scripting. She has won several awards such as: the first prize of the Orange Community Innovation Awards in 2013, by building an agricultural App called AgroMarketday with Isaac Omiat. It features details of agricultural markets, market days, and farmers in district of Uganda.

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Why TechHer Loves Her:

At TechHer, we believe in collaboration and support. Miss Katusiime agrees with us as she reiterates the essence of women networking. She says, “It is so great when women come together to network and share brilliant ideas because through such networks great ideas are formed that lead to greater things”

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Nkemdilim Begho is the daughter of Chris Uwaje who pioneered the conceptualization Framework and content drafting strategy for the establishment of the National Information Technology Development Policy for Nigeria.

Mrs Begho is the Managing Director of Future Software Resources Limited- an IT solutions provider focused on online solutions, e-learning and IT security. Nkemdilim volunteers and mentors young and less privileged children in Nigeria. She has a B.Sc. in BioInformatics from Ludwig-Maxmillians Universitat Munchen, Germany.

Nkem has been featured on several newspaper and magazine publications as an expert speaker on ICT in Africa.

Her Work:

She started her career as an Application Developer at Max Planck Institute for Psychiatric Research, Munich Germany in December 2002. Mrs. Begho developed software tools to aid genetic research, and plugins for Micro-array database (Java).

In 2005, Mrs Begho was the Channel Manager for Leapsoft Nigeria Limited.

Between December 2004- December 2009, she worked as Bioinformatics Consultant and Software Developer for Affectics Pharmaceuticals. Nkem developed a chemical compound database called Affectis KemSuite (Java PostrgreSQL) Affectis KemSuite is an in - house developed compound database system with chemical intelligence, which enables company wide data integration. Affectis KemSuite delivers all essential functionalities that ISIS Base,Chem Office or IDBS have, including the support of all data formats primarily used by the pharmaceutical industry.

She’s one of the Board Members of the World Summit Youth Award from 2010 till date;Board Member of the World Summit Youth Award, a global e-content contest with core focus on the acceleration of the Millennium Development Goal implementation.

In February 2008, she became the Managing Director of Future Software Resources Limited- a website design & web-solution provider located in Lagos, Nigeria. She was also among the Research and Development Team, for National Information Technology Development Agency on E-Government Interoperability Framework.

Other services her company offers include online marketing, Search Engine Optimization (SEO), content management system development, online recruitment, graphic design, brand development (logo design and branding), workflow, business and educational software development and IT consultancy services for Nigerian corporate and start-up businesses, as well as the public sector.

Her company innovated the first digital business cards in Nigeria.

In September 2009, she was part of the NITDA Open Standards Framework on Creation and development of the open standards framework for Nigeria.

Why TechHer Loves Her:

Her success is founded on a passion for driving innovative thinking, building a globally recognized technology brand and setting trends in the Nigerian Technology sector

Winnie Ngamije is a Burundi-born Rwandan national form Kigali, Rwanda. Miss Ngamije was offered a full scholarship to complete her Bachelor’s degree with distinction in Computer Engineering and Information Technology from Kigali Institute of Science and Technology in 2010. She has a certificate in Software Security from Coursera in 2015.

Winnie is a techprenuer from Rwanda. She works as an IT engineer at Rwanda Civil Aviation Authority. She was among the ambitious female leaders in technology from the Middle East brought to Silicon Valley by Techwomen in October 2014 for its five-week long immersion.

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Why TechHer Loves Her:

We love Winnie Ngamije for her hard work, dedication and commitment in technology space. She is a role model to identify with.

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About Her:

Rebecca Enonchong is a Cameroonian technology entrepreneur and Founder of AppsTech; a tech firm located in more than 50 countries. AppTech helps to provide global enterprise application solutions to organizations. She was born in Cameroon; she relocated to the United States of America with her family when she was a teenager. Her father was a popular Barrister in Cameroon. His name is Dr Henry Ndifor Abi Enonchong.

Rebecca is very popular in Africa mostly due to the fact that she renders a lot of advisory and mentoring services for tech related start-ups. She has been an industrious person ab-initio. When she was 15, she worked as door - to - door vendor for a newspaper outfit. She later became the Manager of the company at 17.

She graduated with BSc and MSc in Economics from the Catholic University of America in 1986 and 1994 respectively.

She has an Oracle Professional Certification (Oracle Financials) in 1996. She became an Oracle E-Business Suite 12 Financial Management Certified Implementation Specialist in 2012. Rebecca is the world’s pioneer Oracle Financial Certified Professional with almost 100 Oracle certifications. Beat that!

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Why TechHer Loves Her:

She is a go getter, one who is ambitious and concerned about the way digital technology affects African women. She is a one determined woman who is using her international ambience to promote technology and strengthen tech related start-ups in Africa. Rebecca once said in an interview that;

“We simply can’t afford to be mediocre or good enough, we have to aim to be the best.

‘’Women much more so than men need external validation of their expertise. So women should go about getting as many certifications as they can. I have almost 100 Oracle certifications and after almost 18 years in the industry, I still do the exams when Oracle releases new technology or new versions.”

‘‘Work hard, think big and never give up. When you do experience success, stay humble. Success is not linear; you will experience ups and downs. Humility helps keep it all in perspective.’’

Words on marble!

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