She Code Africa, a non-profit organization that is focused on empowering women across Africa in the field of technology, has organized an event to foster a conversation connecting female tech innovators, and the Digital economy. The event is being organized under 2022 Ehingbeti Lagos Economic Summit, which is a yearly programme.
She Code Africa, in partnership with Technology publishing platform, Techuncode, and the Lagos State Economic Summit, will be bringing the conversation about the economic development of the state to a roundtable of women in tech.
The event will have a conversation around the topic: “How Female Tech Innovators are Growing The Digital Economy Of Lagos State.”
“This event is a community discourse to draw sincere opinions and feedback on the happenings, challenges, and possible solutions faced in the tech sector. In partnership with the Lagos State Government (LASG) under the Ehingbeti Summit 2022, She Code Africa (SCA) is organizing this event and will be having a conversation to highlight ‘How Female Tech Innovators are Growing The Digital Economy Of Lagos State.'” – She Code Africa.
The conversation is scheduled to hold at Zone Tech Pack, Gbagada, Lagos state, on the 10th of September, 2022.
The event is planned to start at 12pm, and run through 4pm.
The programme is strictly by registration, and intended participants are expected to register through the dedicated registration channel at https://shecodeafrica.org/events
Guests at the event will include Ada Nduka Oyom (Founder, She Code Africa), Pamela Onah (Senior law Associate at Udo Udoma & Belo-Osagie Law Firm), as well as a number of notable women in tech. The event also promises a surprise guest.
As perks of the event, She Code Africa will be making its branded swag bags available for participants, and also provide free transportation for those who register early.
The conversation can be followed online through the hashtags: #ehingbeti22 #ehingbeti2022 #ehingbetisummit #SCAxEhingbetiSummit
About She Code Africa
She Code Africa (SCA) is a community focused on celebrating, and empowering women in tech across Africa. The non-profit organization was founded in 2016 by Ada Nduka Oyom, and has since gone to impact thousands of women across several African states. SCA has field operations, and active membership in Nigeria, Ghana, Kenya, Zimbabwe, Uganda, South Africa, Cameroon, Cote D’Ivoire, Rwanda, Liberia; and pushing towards elongating the list.