Ghana: Inspiring Rural Communities Through Technology
July 14, 2013 Editor 0
[allAfrica]In Ghana most girls are expected to go to a decent school, find a well-paying job, then seek out a husband – not many women pursue careers in male-dominated fields like computer science and information technology. Social entrepreneur and winner of an Aspen Institute 2013 New Voices Fellowship, Regina Ayare, hopes to change that. After graduating from Ghana’s Ashesi University at the top of her class, Ayare immediately advanced to a well-paying position at a renowned international bank
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