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Africa’s First Searchable Women in Tech Database

In many organizations, the excuse for not having women in senior management teams or women in the pipeline of people they interview for available positions is that cannot find qualified women for these positions.

A large number of technology events usually have very few women speakers and the explanation is the same, we cannot find women in the area to invite to speak.

Women in Tech Africa is solving this problem: since we are the largest group of capable women in the technology industry, we are in a position to show case capable women in the industry who might not necessarily be visible.

Our solution is simple, making the invisible visible; we have created a database of a cross section of our members and links to their LinkedIn profiles and tags of their specialties to help women in tech be found.

The Database is searchable by skill set, country and other details. So today Women in Tech Africa happily invites recruiters, chief executive officers, event organizers in Africa to come and find their next hire, next speaker or even their next board member  at

The Front facing cross section member’s page can be found at

Career Leadership Support

Running events across Africa .


  • First Pan African Women in Tech virtual conference
  • Quarterly meetings across Africa  showcasing successful women in tech in that country including head of Google, head of Microsoft Africa
  • Joint Women and Tech and USAID Program on the subject of women and technology, the future of Africa

With Speakers like

  • Amrote Abdella Head of Microsoft for Africa
  • Betty Kumahor (Ex CEO of Thoughtsworks Africa and World Economic Forum Young Global Leader)
  • Lucy Quist First female CEO of a Telecoms Company in West Africa
  • Juliet Ehimuam Country Manager of Google Nigeria
  • Estelle Akrofi Country Manager of Google Ghana
  • Akua Gyekye Public Policy Manager of Facebook Africa
  • Wambui Kinya CEO of ThoughtWorks Africa