From tinkering with games on a Commodore 64 to learning to programme in BASIC, it was Oreoluwa’s undergraduate business typing essays and assignments for students that lit the first spark about how women could use technology to create economic opportunities.
Since 2014, TechCabal has been committed to doing more to drive inclusion in tech than just writing about or talking about the women in the space. The Tech Women Lagos portrait series and exhibition event is another big step in this direction.
TechCabal is pleased to bring to you a story of audacity depicted in a portrait series and exhibition event, Tech Women Lagos.
We’re documenting Nigerian initiatives increasing the number of women and girls in tech, and we need your help.
It remains vital to encourage people to take up maths and science based subjects at a young age, particularly young women, who have traditionally found themselves less likely to take up the offer of a STEM education than their male counterparts.
Female founders of African tech startups are invited to pitch.