Lives in: Bamenda
Center for Youth Education and Economic Development - CYEED
Non-profit organization or network
- ICTs, Entrepreneurship, Sustainable development and Climate change, Water & sanitation, Mentorship
“Women need to surround themselves with other women and embrace each other, not tear each other down.” – Rebecca Minkoff
Sophie has been teaching in a Technical College for 12 years. Recently she created a platform “Leading Women in Water and Technology” after attending the TechWomen program in 2014. She is a Technovation Challenge Regional Ambassador for Cameroon and the Women TechMakers Lead of GDG Bamenda. She is a Grace Hopper 2016 Scholar awardee.
Presently doing a post graduate program in Water Resources Management in the University of Dschang (FASA). She founded in 2010 a youth vocational technical training and entrepreneurship development center, called CYEED based in Bamenda. My dream is to create sustainable and accessible technology-based solutions for undeserved communities.
I am passionate about building a society where everyone especially women and girls are have secured via a strong engagement in productive and sustainable activities in STEM.
I am highly engaged in activities to train girls to use technology (STEM) to solve problems in their communities.