Women in Tech Africa(Ghana Chapter) Business Technology Event
Starts: Thursday, 9 July, 2015 06:00pm
Ends: Thursday, 9 July, 2015 09:00pm
Women in tech Africa ( Ghana Chapter) would like to invite you to our quarterly event .
The context of the discussion is women leadership and business growth . The Speakers discussion will be centered, on your dream , passion and how they worked on the business side to bring income
Date July 9th
Location : iSpace Ghana , Osu
Audrey transforms wood into the most beautiful furniture pieces that are inspired by the culture and heritage of Africa. She was exposed to art at a very young age but went on to pursue a Bachelor's degree in Psychology at the University of Ghana. She later returned to manage Tekura; a family owned design furniture and décor company and found herself once again in an "art" environment. She has worked with remarkable designers like Cheik Diallo from Mali and Hamed Ouattara from Burkina Faso and she plans to revolutionise design in Ghana. Her vva is to use her work go promote and preserve Africa's rich cultural heritage.
CEO of NandiMobile
About Women in tech Africa
In order to identify and learn from other Women in Technology across Africa, Women in Technology across Africa spear headed and run the first Pan African women in tech virtual meet up which brought together over 150 women in technology roles across Africa and was featured in CNN.
The success of this process resulted in an established a formal Pan-African Network of Women in Technology to organise regular activities to provide effective support to women in technology across the African continent.
Women in Tech Africa’s Vision is three fold
- Creating today’s female leaders and role Models for tomorrow’s Women
- Showing the world what a strong African woman in capable of achieving
- Support African growth through technology
Women in Tech Africa is the brainchild of ICT4D GH Foundation
Women in Tech Africa has membership of over 500 women in over 30 countries in Africa and will be launching offices in South Africa, Nigeria, Uganda, Kenya, Zambia and Canada in addition to Ghana by September 2015
Women in Tech Africa routinely runs event across Africa including:
- First Pan African Women in Tech virtual conference
- Quarterly meetings in Ghana showcasing successful women in tech in that country including head of Google, head of Microsoft Africa
- Joint Women and Tech and USAID Program on the subject of women and technology, the future of Africa
- Women in Technology sessions in Lagos Nigeria at Africa biggest social media event , social media Lagos
- Training for Women Entrepreneurs on the use on technology for business growth