How would you describe the work you do at Softcom? What are you most proud of?
My work here at Softcom involves collaborating with a lot of people: Softcomers, Vendors, Brand Ambassadors, you name it. My work continues to teach me new skills every time and I am very open to absorbing all the lessons life has got to teach me as well as building lifelong relationships. I am most proud of the fulfilment that comes from bringing our various products to life, the culture, and the vibes.
When you picture a gender-equal world, what do you see?
I picture a world that gives equitable and equal access to opportunities to all humans and enabling environment for personal, technical, financial, career, and even political growth. Fortunately, Softcom is about human inclusion and equal access to opportunities.
What would access and inclusion look like for you in the Africa Softcom is trying to build?
A diverse, inclusive, accepting, and safe space for all races.
How did you get into the tech environment?
I would say I got into the tech environment by the virtue of intense brand publicity. I saw the power of brand visibility, marketing, and culture to attract and retain great talents.
What do you do for fun?
Hanging out with friends, listening to soul or instrumental music, swimming, and group dancing.
Tell two truths about yourself and one lie.
I love dark art, cooking, and yoga.