How I got into Information Security

Hamdalah_Adetunji_SheSecuresSuccess 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 »

A letter to an almost 10-year old Lucy Quist, from Lucy

QuistLucy Quist is the first Ghanaian woman to lead a multi-national telecommunications company, Airtel Ghana. She is also an Electrical and Electronics Engineer with outstanding credentials. She is dedicated to mentoring young professionals in Africa through science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) with initiatives like #EvolveWithSTEM and the Executive Women’s Network. Here is her letter to her 10 year old self.**


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Learn, unlearn and relearn: How I grow as a Mechatronic Engineer

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One cannot pretend to be passionate; passion consumes your entire being, visible in your actions, and your belief that every step you take brings you closer to that which you seek. This is the first thing that you notice upon meeting Keziah Ntwiga, a mechatronic engineer, passionate about emerging technology and affecting the world positively using engineering. Our brief chat with her challenges us to keep learning and growing.Read More »

I am a Highways Projects Engineer

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Winfred Gichuru is a Highways projects engineer working at Gibb International Ltd. Construction became her passion late in the game, but she has caught up, loving every challenge that the job provides. She speaks to us about her role in infrastructure, and why women need to just Get-Up-and-Go!Read More »