Thursday September 24, 2020

Stemettes on a mission of change

Women are still a minority in science, technology, engineering and maths jobs. Anne-Marie Imafidon aims to change that

22nd May, 2016
Anne-Marie Imafidon being interviewed on stage at the Salesforce World Tour in London last week

Fairly or unfairly the reputation of the tech sector precedes it - innovative, growing in value daily and, increasingly, it is argued, hostile to women.

Anne-Marie Imafidon, a former child prodigy who went on to graduate from Oxford and work for Deutsche Bank, said she saw a problem in science, technology, engineering and maths (Stem) and decided to do something about it.

In 2013 she, alongside Jacquelyn Guderley, founded Stemettes with the intention of encouraging...

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