Techwomen2019 Speakers

Meet The Speakers



Joy Agene

TechWomen Alumni


Program: Techwomen Overview

Dr Amina Sambo Magaji

National Coordinator, Office for ICT Innovation and Entrepreneurshp (OIIE).


Program: Keynote 1: What young women need to know/hear/see to consider choose technology as a career option

Damilola Anwo-Ade

2017 Techwomen, Exco


Program: M.C.

Olamide Ayeni-Babajide

2017 Techwomen


Program: M.C.

Pamela Chukwuemeka

2018 Techwomen


Program: Panel 1: ‘Education and developmental steps to Building Up Women (young and old) around You in Technology

Dr. Ibilola Amao

CEO, Lonadek Nigeria Limited.


Program: Panel 1: ‘Education and developmental steps to Building Up Women (young and old) around You in Technology

Oreoluwa Somolu Lesi

Founder/ED W.TEC Women’s Technology Empowerment Center


Program: Panel 1: ‘Education and developmental steps to Building Up Women (young and old) around You in Technology

Ms Funke Opeke

Chief Executive Officer of Main One Cable Company


Program: Keynote 2: ‘Diversity in Tech Sector: empowering women in tech and encouraging inclusion in the industry.’

Desiree Craig

Technology Product Manager - Andela (Techwomen)


Program: Panel 2: ‘Building a career and advancing in Tech at any level against all odds’

Oluremi Hamid Adiat

CEO, Hydren Energy


Program: Panel 2: ‘Building a career and advancing in Tech at any level against all odds’

Mrs. Toki Mabogunje

Vice President of the Lagos Chamber of Commerce and Industry


Program: Keynote 3: "Overwhelming Emotions and limited Finances: How it hinders and limits SME progress"

Dr Ola Brown

Founder of flying Doctors


Program: Panel 3: ‘Women holding themselves back in the confidence department of Techpreneurship.’

Maya Horgan Famodu

Founder and Partner at Ingressive LLC


Program: Panel 3: ‘Women holding themselves back in the confidence department of Techpreneurship.’

Olasimbo Sojinrin

Country manager of Solar Sister


Program: Panel 3: ‘Women holding themselves back in the confidence department of Techpreneurship.’

Odunoluwa Longe

CEO and Founder of DIYLaw


Program: Panel 3: ‘Women holding themselves back in the confidence department of Techpreneurship.’

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