Lately, I have been obsessing about my personal brand. Every other page, blog or website I visit is coincidentally talking about the same thing, personal branding! I don’t believe in coincidence, so it is high time I address it.Read More »
Mathematicians are not all nerds. They are skilled in solving ambiguous problems that we find in today’s world, and have some social skills to boot. Meet Ms. Thabang Ntume Seamolo, a mathematician, as she tells us how she is carving out a niche for herself as a Management Information Systems Analyst at the First National Bank of Botswana.Read More »
What does it take to become a lecturer in electrical engineering? And what does this career choice involve? Find below my interview with a lecturer in Electrical Engineering, who is passionate about engineering, teaching and mentorship, Dr. Ditiro Setlhaolo. She is also a consultant in demand side energy management.
Question: Electrical engineering, how did you gain interest in this area?
Ditiro: This question takes me back. I grew up with interest in technical stuff, though at the time, I didn’t know whether it was electrical or mechanical engineering. Read More »
A Kenyan daily recently published a list of top 40 women under the age of 40 working in business, technology, science and social ventures. 74% of these women cited work-life balance as the major challenge that they experienced, followed closely by working in a male dominated field. Randi Zuckerberg, an entrepreneur, summarizes work life balance as a dilemma containing five things: building a great career; spending time with family; maintaining friendships; staying fit and getting sleep. Of the five, she states, pick three. This is a harsh statement of reality. Quick self-assessment will reveal the truth of these statements.