STEMHER SOUTH AFRICA AFRICA 2021

Join us as we expose Black girls from Atlanta, GA, Washington DC, and South Africa from economically challenged areas to STEM careers across Africa.

STEMHer South Africa aims to inspire Black girls to pursue STEM careers from a global perspective. In 2021 we will feature female STEM leaders on the African continent through video interviews and live webinars with the goal of exposing girls to a variety of STEM careers.

STEMHer South Africa is an initiative conducted by the African Research Collaborative in partnership with Global Renaissance Enterprises and Young African Sisters. It is funded through Lyda Hill Philanthropies and the AAAS IF/THEN initiative.

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GET TO KNOW AFRICAN WOMEN IN STEM

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DR. DANIELLE TWUM

Cancer Immunologist

MS. NOMHLE NGWENYA

PhD Candidate in Geography and Environmental Sciences

MS. SENAMILE MASANGO

Nuclear Scientist

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MS. NOBUHLE RENQE

Senior Manager External Affairs Toyota South Africa

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Photo Credit: Clint Bradfield

PROFESSOR TEBELLO NYOKONG

Medicinal Chemist

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MS. SUSAN MURABANA

Co-founder and CEO of The Travelling Telescope

DR. NOLWAZI MKIZE

Product Stewardship Lead, Corteva

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PROFESSOR NOX MAKUNGA

Professor of Medicinal Botany, Stellenbosch University

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MS. PHUTI RAGOPHALA

Microsoft Trainer and Retired Principal

MS. JUDITH MASEKWAMENG

Risk Advisory Consultant

MS. DELILA KIDANU

Co-founder, Koa Technology