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Adanna

Joined Jan 2014
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Bio

About Me

I am the Founder of InspireIT, a free global mentoring program for young girls and women interested in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM). Worried by the decline of women in STEM fields, I started InspireIT in 2014. The aim is to get more young girls and women involved in STEM. I believe that more women can get into STEM through mentoring.

I am an IT Consultant and Technology Writer. I graduated from Anglia Ruskin University, UK. I love mentoring and I have been a mentor since 2014.

I am passionate about encouraging more young women to get actively involved in STEM and helping people become self-reliant . Apart from my interest in technology, I love reading, writing, traveling,surfing the internet and helping to raise money for the less privileged.

https://facebook.com/InspireITMentoring

My Vision

A world connected through mentoring.

Needs

Volunteering and funding.

Abilities

IT Consulting,
Microsoft Office Applications,
Mentoring Skills,
Visual Basic.

Interests

Economic EmpowermentEducationEnvironmentGender-based ViolenceGirlsHealthHuman RightsLeadershipMen and BoysTechnology & Innovation

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Adanna commented on Left in the Dust May 02 Adanna loved Blossom May 02 Adanna commented on PHILIPPINES: There is Beauty in Our Differences May 02 Adanna loved PHILIPPINES: There is Beauty in Our Differences May 02 Adanna commented on UGANDA: Love, Work, and Sickle Cell Apr 20 Adanna loved UGANDA: Love, Work, and Sickle Cell Apr 20 Adanna loved When silence is convenient: 6 reasons why women don’t report sexual harassment Apr 17 Adanna loved When will the change happen? Apr 17 Adanna loved CAMEROON: I Will Not Let Disability Silence Me Apr 17 Adanna loved KENYA: The Day I Was Cut Apr 17 Adanna loved I Became A Global Grassroots Leader Through The Power Of My Written Words Apr 17 Adanna commented on NIGERIA: My Letter to Mathematics Apr 09 Adanna loved Play for Peace Mar 21 Adanna loved The Impossible Made Possible Mar 21 Adanna commented on Short Story: How Automatic Milk Collection System Helped Them to Earn Huge Benefits Mar 21 Adanna commented on Working with Vulnerable Children Mar 21 Adanna loved Short Story: How Automatic Milk Collection System Helped Them to Earn Huge Benefits Mar 21 Adanna loved Working with Vulnerable Children Mar 21 Adanna loved Wisdom Woman Mar 21 Adanna loved My Revolutionary Periods Stories. Mar 21 Adanna loved Open Letter to Women Mar 21 Adanna loved My first story Mar 21 Adanna loved Land Fight for Cowichan Indigenous Lands Mar 21 Adanna loved WHAT CAN YOU DO FOR NIGERIAN POOR WOMEN, AS WE CELEBRATE INTERNATIONAL WOMEN'S DAY? Mar 21 Adanna commented on Infertility, a silent killer Mar 12 Adanna commented on The letter I can no longer wait to write Mar 12 Adanna loved About Menopause... Mar 12 Adanna commented on About Menopause... Mar 12 Adanna commented on You Cannot Shame Me for Choosing to Dream Mar 12 Adanna commented on The Cost of being or Supporting Gay Sisters in Uganda, East Africa Mar 12 Adanna commented on THE BIRTHDAY GIFT Mar 07 Adanna commented on Gender and Development Mar 07 Adanna commented on HELPING CONGOLESE WOMEN Mar 04 Adanna commented on Safecity Emerging Leader : Sanaya Patel Feb 19 Adanna commented on InspireIT: Call for Volunteers Feb 16 Adanna commented on CAMEROON: My Father Made the Difference Feb 07 Adanna commented on moving forward Feb 05 Adanna commented on Planing to start Our own Media Feb 05 Adanna commented on Anger Management Jan 24