Anne-Marie Imafidon’s journey into STEM began in East London, where she was raised, the day she decided to take apart a VCR player to see how it worked.
“Thank god for my parents – my dad didn’t kill me, he understood that it was part of my inquisitive nature.”
Her inquisitive nature could only be sated by immersing herself in STEM subjects, taking her GSCE’s and A-levels at a prodigiously young age, heading to university and holding a number of enviable positions with the likes of Deutsche Bank, Hewlett-Packard and Deutsche Bank.
For her, seeing some of the most ambitious innovatious such as …read more
Source:: Silicon Republic News