Changing the face of Technology

| February 2, 2019

The British Library presents Inspiring Entrepreneurs: Digital Disruptors on Monday 11 February. The moderator is their Business & IP ambassador Anne-Marie Imafidon MBE who holds the current world record for the youngest girl ever to pass A-level computing aged 11. She is also one of the youngest people to be awarded a Master’s Degree in Mathematics by the University of Oxford, aged 20.

She founded STEM: a social enterprise that motivates young girls to take up Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths. The award-winning enterprise has since empowered over 40,000 girls to realise their potential, changing the future of technology one STEMette at a time in a landscape currently dominated by an overwhelmingly male workforce.

More info: https://www.bl.uk/events/inspiring-entrepreneurs-digital-disruptors

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Delia Dolor is an all-round media professional. She produces and presents television, radio and live shows. She is also a public speaker, magazine and print editor.
Delia has been credited with creating a more intimate confessional form of media communication and to have influenced the way talk shows in the Caribbean can influence the lives of others.

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