Innovation and metamorphosis in science and technology are significant factors in achieving advancement in our daily lives. Women need to be included in this process because we have come to realize that, through many examples, empowering women through science and technology education will transform many countries. Thus, Africa’s encouragement of women to pursue education and careers in technology should be widely and constantly acknowledged.
Today, we acknowledge tech entrepreneur and co-founder of Vestracker, a logistics and information management service for the freight forwarding industry.
Meet Linda Ansong.
Linda and her Vestracker team.
Linda had her high school education at Holy Child High School, where she studied General Science, after which she took a basic course in Software Development at the Kofi Annan ICT centre, which galvanized her interest in technology. She then attended the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology to study Actuarial Science. Upon the completion of her university education, she was offered a full scholarship to study Software Entrepreneurship at the Meltwater Entrepreneurial School of Technology (MEST).
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