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Women bring a unique perspective to tech, says Sharon Harris
Posted by Editorial Team In the spirit of International Women’s Day earlier this month, we are putting the spotlight on some of our inspiring women in tech at Microsoft. Global Sales Strategy Lead, Mobile and Windows Ads In Apps, Sharon Harris, is one of our leading ladies. She shares her passion...
26 Mar 2015
There’s no limit to what you can achieve as a woman in ICT, says Somtochukwu Ochuba
Posted by the Editorial Team In the spirit of International Women's Day on 8 March, we are speaking to some of the inspirational women at Microsoft. Somtochukwu Ochuba is one of our MACH's (Microsoft Academy of College Hires) in Nigeria. After spending 2014 as a 4Afrika intern in Nigeria,...
5 May 2015
Mariam Abdullahi: Always hungry to learn and make an impact in ICT
Posted by the Editorial Team Microsoft had many reasons to celebrate International Women’s Day on 8 March, thanks to the strong women occupying some of the lead roles in the company. One of those women, Mariam Abdullahi – the Mobile Devices Lead in East Africa – explains her early...
17 Mar 2015
ICT is the place to be for 21st century women, says Djam Bakhshandegi
As we celebrate women who are making it happen on International Women’s Day on 8 March, we are profiling some of Microsoft’s leading ladies. Corporate Social Investment Lead, Djam Bakhshandegi, shares her pride in seeing women leaders leaning in and supporting one another and encourages young...
16 Mar 2015
Celebrating women in ICT with Tonia Kariuki
Posted by Editorial Team In celebration of International Women’s Day, which took place on 8 March, we wanted to profile one of Microsoft’s leading ladies – Tonia Kariuki, the Marketing Director for our 4Afrika Initiative . Tonia loves being a woman in the ICT industry because of...
13 Mar 2015
Bridging the gender gap and empowering women in ICT
“No country can get ahead if it leaves half of its people behind,” said the US Secretary of State, John Kerry. He was talking about the importance of gender equality, which is something Microsoft takes very seriously, especially in Africa where the gender gap can be wide. It is also an important...
11 Mar 2015
International Women’s Day
Posted by Cheick Diarra Chairman for Africa African women from all walks of life have demonstrated capabilities and potentials that extend far beyond producing food and raising children. Given their central role not only as mothers and caregivers, but also as farmers and informal traders among others...
8 Mar 2011
African women: breaking down the barriers of entry to the tech industry
Posted by Djam Bakhshandegi Corporate Citizenship and Partners in Learning West East Central Africa & Indian Ocean Islands Empowering women through education and technology is essential to the economic development of any country. In Africa, the gap between the educated population and the one that...
4 Apr 2013
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