SANDRA TERERAI, Founder
Sandra is a food scientist who is passionate about financial independence for women through powerful careers in the fields of STEM and entrepreneurship. She would like to widen the reality of girls and women through exposure to powerful narratives and experiences that would ordinarily not have been a part of their cumulative life journey. Recognising the role STEM plays in the development of African communities, Sandra is convinced that promoting entrepreneurial STEM activities for African high school girls and women from different geographies is a powerful way to realise this.
NOMSO KANA, Programme Director
Nomso Kana is a chemistry postgraduate, Techwomen alumni, Technovation challenge coordinator, passionate STEM advocate and registered Medical Biology scientist. She believes that as Africa develops there is a need for technical and innovative minds to facilitate and participate in rapid change. Nomso believes technical minds and leaders are necessary, to investigate and come up with new ideas and understandings for the African landscape and ensure international competitiveness.