Session 5: Women In STEM

The gender gap in STEM fields is apparent, and there has been a lower rate of engagement and contributions of women which are crucial to upholding technological capacity.

This moderated panel constituted of students and professional women in STEM from various institutions across Nigeria will discuss how the REN community and corporate enterprise can ensure a more inclusive space for women.

Date: Thursday 21st January 2021 Time: 10am Prompt

Session Speakers

Amanda Obidike

Executive Director and Strategy Lead
STEMi Makers Africa and Calal Global

Dr. Joke A. Badejo

Data Analytics, Covenant University

Margareth Gfrerer

Managing Director
Ethiopian Institute for Higher Education

Alaguva Eucharia Uchenna

Nnamdi Azikiwe University

Abduljeleel Balikis Animasaun

IT ServiceDesk Analyst

Deborah Joseph

Women in Engineering UISB

Theresa Okediya

Covenant University

Temilade Adelakun

University of Ibadan

Olusoji Salome Oluwadara

University of Ibadan

Haneefah Abdurrahman Lekki

Program Coordinator
Ingressive For Good

Eletta Adeola Oluwabunmi

Senior System Analyst
University of Ilorin

Victoria Akintomide

University of Lagos


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