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We are on a journey to share the experiences of the African Woman in STEM through features on this blog.
We look forward to having you as part of our team of female scientists and mentors!
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We invite you to share your experience as a woman in STEM.
It is our hope that through this blog, more girls will be encouraged to join STEM fields and aspire to be leaders in their fields.
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