Betty Enyonam Kumahor is the founder and managing partner of Cobalt Partners, which works with African businesses to enhance growth and productivity using technology and through enhancing best practices. She is also a renown speaker, on topics ranging from leadership, technology, innovation as well as personal development. You can connect with her on her Website, Twitter, or Facebook. Our chat was focused on problem solving and her take on technology in Africa.Read More »
Category: The Techie
How I got into Information Security
Success for women in the 21st century workplace has boosted the number of girls who believe in their capability to achieve greatness in the tech arena. Hamdalah Adetunji is one such lady, whose interest in Information Security has led her away from her field of study. Read on.**Read More »
Why not Computer Science?
A quick google search of women in computer science in Botswana will bring up the name of Dr. Audrey Masizana. She was the first woman with a Ph.D in Computer Science in Botswana, and is a pioneer in research as well. She is also the Head of Department of Computer Science at the University of Botswana. So why Computer Science? She answers this question in this interview.
I am an Techpreneur in ICT
Ms. Agang Ditlhogo is the co-founder of the Clicking Generation, a social enterprise teaching ICT skills to kids between 6 years to 18 years of age. She is a computer scientist with a vision to use ICT as a tool for development in Africa. She is also an alumni of the Young African Leaders Initiative (YALI) and Tony Elemelu Foundation Entrepreneurship Program. Here is her journey as an entrepreneur.Read More »