Women in IT: Delving into the intricacies of the industry with a top woman in tech

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She may be a leader in a multinational IT company on the African continent, but her success was not without its challenges or instant. "This, I believe, equipped me with the ability to understand the people in the industry, including the customers, their needs, and more," she says.

Today being where she is both an achievement and a responsibility she's proud of, and one she believes built her resilience and confidence. 

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