5 African women breaking stereotypes in STEM careers

Pamela Ofori-Boateng February 11, 2019
Ghanaian software developer Regina Honu teaching girls to code & create technology

Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) have been described as one of the most empowering and creative fields that one could invest a career in and it is in line with this that some African women are leading the way in these fields.

These women are excelling in their various STEM careers and are serving as role models to other young girls aspiring to take careers in these fields.

For some time women are being encouraged to lay down their fears and open up to careers in STEM as it has become a sector with the most sought-after jobs all over the world.

A new report from Burning Glass, a job market analytics firm, found that there were as many as 7 million job openings in 2015 in occupations that required coding skills. They also found that programming jobs overall are growing 12% faster than the market average.

Below are five African women excelling in STEM careers in Africa.

Last Edited by:Victor Ativie Updated: March 27, 2020


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