As our 2018 African Women in Technology (AWIT) Conference, Nairobi Chapter, draws close, we are excited to share perspectives, principles and needs of our esteemed female leaders and guests – panelists, speakers, moderators and mentors – with the aim of highlighting the challenges and triumphs African women in technology face in their careers and businesses.
These women have proven commitment to building and scaling technology businesses on the continent and they come from diverse backgrounds and sectors with different levels of experience.
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.
Today we shine the spotlight on Mary Job as she shares her journey into technology with the AWIT team.
Welcome Mary, it’s our pleasure to have you. Tell us a little about yourself and background.
As the only girl among three boys, I was known for being curious and inquisitive. My family said I exhibited character beyond my age and …read more
Read more here:: Mary Job – Meet the Ladies of #AWITKenya2018