Yetunde

Oluwatoyin Yetunde Sanni : The Wogrammer.

Oluwatoyin Yetunde Sanni is a Nigerian software developer, engineer and blogger with a passion to leverage technology to tackle challenges ...
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Okello

Dr. Dorothy Okello: Breaking the Glass Ceiling.

Even on an impressive list of women doing ground-breaking work in the areas of science, technology and innovation for development ...
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Kehinde Oni

Kehinde Oni: The Queen of Code

Kehinde Oni is a world class full stacker developer and computer programmer with exceptional skill in JavaScript and Ruby on ...
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Aisha Bello: The Tech Enthusiast

Aisha Bello is a systems engineer, tech enthusiast and acclaimed ‘Pythonista’ with a passion to help other girls utilize the ...
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Nneka

Dr. Nneka Mobisson: Turning Tragedy to Triumph

In 2010, Dr. Nneka Mobisson’s lost her father following complications from a massive stroke. That personal tragedy opened her eyes ...
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Damilola

Damilola Solesi- Follow your Dreams!

Damilola Solesi is the founder, CEO and creative director of SMIDS, Nigeria’s foremost animation studio. She has a Bachelor’s degree ...
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Olubukola Makinwa: The Rockstar Developer

Once ranked no. 4 on Github’s list of best programmers in the country, Olubukola Makinwa - self-taught programmer and developer ...
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Dr. Chao Mbogo: Setting the Standard for Excellence

Dr. Chao Mbogo is a Kenyan educator, innovator, mentor and leader whose contributions to education, mentorship, and research have gained ...
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Emem

Emem R. Usanga – The Business and Tech Guru

Emem Rita Usanga is an accomplished business developer, consultant and mentor with expertise in human-centered experience designs. She describes herself ...
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Ethel

Ethel D. Cofie: Woman on a mission

Ethel Delali Cofie has been named as one of the Top 5 women impacting IT in Africa for very good ...
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Evelyn

Evelyn Namara: Tech has no gender!

You cannot talk about influential women in tech in East Africa, or Africa for that matter, without talking about Evelyn ...
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Moyin

Moyinoluwa Adeyemi: The Go-getter.

Moyinoluwa Adeyemi is an app developer, tech enthusiast and blogger from Ogun State, Nigeria. Moyin’s love for technology and her ...
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Judith

Judith Owigar: The Revolutionary

To say that Judith Owigar’s work is revolutionary would be massively understating it. As one of Kenya’s foremost social entrepreneurs, ...
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Ebi Atawodi: Reach for the Heights!

With over a decade of experience working in digital technology across multiple industries, Ebi Awatodi, at just 33 years, has ...
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Farida Bedwei

Farida Bedwei: Impossible is Nothing!

Farida Bedwei is a software developer, software engineer and computer scientist. In her over 15 years of working in the ...
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Jemila Wumpini Abdullai: When Passion Becomes Profession.

Jemila is the Founder of the award-winning website Circumspecte.com; an online platform dedicated to meaningful insights, interaction and creative action ...
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Sylvia Mukasa : Engaging Young African Women

Sylvia Mukasa has done a lot of good work around technology. She is from Kenya, Nairobi and a graduate of ...
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Anie Akpe: Founder, Networq App

Anie (Aniefiok) was born in Eket; the second largest city in Akwa Ibom State, Nigeria. She grew up in Calabar ...
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Blessing Ebowe: Push beyond your limits!

Blessing Ebowe graduated in 2013 from the University of Benin with a degree in Electrical engineering. She loves to watch ...
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Yasmin Belo-Osagie; Co-founder at She Leads Africa

Yasmin Belo-Osagie was born in Boston United States of America but grew up in Nigeria. Yasmin attended a boarding school ...
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Mercy Abang: Multi tasking is not a big deal!

Abang Mercy was born in Ogoja in 1984, in a neighbouring town to Boki located in Cross river state. She ...
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Betty Mwangi-Thuo; The lady behind M-PESA Kenya

Betty Mwangi graduated in 1990 with a degree in Electrical and electronic engineering from Victoria University of Manchester, UK. She ...
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Oluwayimika Angel Adelaja: Founder “We Farm Africa”

Oluwayimika Angel Adelaja was born on August 17, 1983 in London, England. She moved to the United States with her ...
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Thoko Mokgosi Mwantembe: Yes, women can too!

Thoko Mokgosi Mwantembe was born in Sophiatown, Johannesburg. Her family relocated to Swaziland when she was still very young. She ...
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