Omobola Johnson, Ph.D

is a Senior Partner of TLcom Capital and former Minister of Information and Communication Technology, Nigeria. With over 25 years of consulting experience, she has transformed companies in different industries into more competitive and dynamic organizations.

Dr. Johnson serves on the board of a number of leading Nigerian and multinational corporations including the World Wide Web Foundation and is the Founding Chairperson and Trustee, Women in Management and Business (WimBiz).

Ijeoma Nwagwu, Ph.D

is a talented researcher and lecturer. She speaks and writes extensively on law and sustainable development among other topics. Her contributions have received acclaimed recognition from subject experts around the world.

She earned her doctorate in Law (S.J.D) and Masters in Law (L.L.M) degrees from Harvard Law School.

Dr. Nwagwu volunteers on youth and education programmes and is passionate about finding creative solutions to education and development challenges in Africa.

Obinna Nkemneme

is a trained accountant and a seasoned entrepreneur with interests in real estate development, logistics, agriculture and information technology.

He is an innovator always on the lookout for opportunities to break new ground and conquer new territories. His drive however, has never been on making great financial profit, but rather on leaving a positive mark on the world, and particularly on those within his reach.

Obinna is passionate about supporting the education, enlightenment and empowerment of the girl child and has served on the board of Afro-Tech Girls since inception.

Thelma Osuhor

is an experienced Power and Energy professional with a demonstrated expertise working in the industry across multinational, privately owned and state-owned organisations.

She has a Bachelor's in Electrical Engineering from the Federal University of Technology, Minna and a Master's in Engineering Business Management from Warwick University, England.

Yetty Williams

is a digital media marketing expert and social entrepreneur. She has experience spanning financial services, real estate and consulting and is the founder of LagosMums, a parenting hub and community for mums, parents and caregivers.

She holds a BSc in Economics and Mathematics from the University of Pittsburgh and an MBA from the Yale School of Management

Afro-Tech Girls

Afro-Tech Girls is a Nigerian non-profit organisation founded in 2015 to increase participation of girls and young women in STEM

Email: info@afrotechgirls.org

Phone: +234 809 441 1331

Registered Charity: CAC/IT/NO80985

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