In our today’s feature of the ladies who will be attending the AWIT Kenya Conference in Nairobi, Kenya, we give the spotlight to June Barasa as she shares her journey to building GIRLSCODE with the AWIT team.
It is our hope that these short interviews show a glimpse into the everyday reality of doing business as an African woman and helps build bridges between organizations and individuals who are looking to partner, fund, mentor or simply interact with our African women in technology.
Welcome June, it’s our pleasure to have you. Tell us a little about yourself and background.
Thank you for having me. My name is June Barasa and I’m 21 years old. I major in Computer Science and minor in Networking at Riara University in Kenya.
I was born into a family of techies. My mom studied IT and worked in the tech industry; my dad is a networking and telecommunications engineer. At a very young age, I was exposed to computers and the internet and got to see servers and data centres when I tagged along to work with my dad and learnt basics of …read more
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