Top 6 black British female entrepreneurs who are succeeding against all odds

October 08, 2018 at 08:30 am | Money Moves

Mildred Europa Taylor

Mildred Europa Taylor | Associate Editor

October 08, 2018 at 08:30 am | Money Moves

Anne-Marie Imafidon — Businesscloud

Anne-Marie Imafidon

The 26-year-old is giving young girls a platform in tech and science with her organisation Stemettes, which she launched in 2013.

A child prodigy, Imafidon passed her Maths GCSE at the age of 10 before passing a Computer Science A-Level a year later. She was the youngest person to graduate with a Masters from Oxford University at aged 20.

She has since been breaking barriers, working for Deutsche Bank after university before setting up Stemettes.

Known as the “real-life Shuri” (of Black Panther fame), Imafidon has given thousands of girls all over the UK and in Europe the opportunity to embrace tech and science through hackathons, events and pitches. She has also appeared on several honours lists including Management Today’s 35 Under 35.

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