International Women’s Day is an opportunity to celebrate the women who are taking action to make the world a more diverse, equitable and inclusive place.
At Vodafone, we’re committed to helping close the digital divide and continue to drive-up representation of women in the tech industry. This year, we’ve been speaking to some of them about how they are championing change, both through their roles and their inventions.
Click the images below to explore their stories.
Many people in Lesotho consider a woman’s role to still be in the home. Mookho Hlaahla, a Governance, Risk and Control Specialist at Vodacom, disagrees and she’s encouraging other young girls to get into tech too.
At the start of her career, Frankie is already making waves in the subsea cable industry. Presenting her sustainable future research in Bangkok at the start of this year, her work also includes the 2Africa project, which is improving connectivity in Africa.
Discover how Chandrika Worrall, a Standards Strategist at Vodafone, is changing how we all use mobile phones and paving the way for other women to enter the tech engineering space.
An ex-beauty queen, Rorisang Motlomelo has come up against bias many times. As part of the technology solutions team at Vodacom, she’s proving that you can’t judge a book by its cover.
Passionate about seeing more diversity at the top, Sade Oladugbewo, a Senior Programme Manager, has created various support groups at Vodafone and spends her days supporting colleagues to grow in their careers.
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