Afua Kesewa Boateng

Afua Kesewa Boateng

Afribbean Tech Collective

Who We Are

The Afribbean Tech Collective is an organization committed to building multi-generational communities of African and Caribbean women pursuing creative and tech-based careers. Through our events and programs, we are addressing the underrepresentation of African and Caribbean women in tech at all stages of their lives.

Our Project

The African Caribbean Experience in Tech (ACX-T) is a virtual pre-college immersion program for African and Caribbean girls interested in pursuing tech majors in the university.

The first of its kind to ever exist, this event is aligned with our organizational mission of connecting African and Caribbean girls with tech-based education and tech career advancement opportunities.

We have a goal to introduce them to a sisterhood of supportive women technologists for mentorship, foster cross-continental collaboration, and inspire multigenerational communities of African and Caribean women who use technology as a currency for building, strengthening, and developing their homes and communities.

With our College Major Open House led by female STEM majors of African/ Caribbean descent, #Explore Masterclasses on different tech disciplines, Lean In Circles with techies of African/ Caribbean descent and our #BuildFromHome classroom sessions in UI/ UX and Web Development, we hope to give our sistas an immersive experience with tech.

Connect with the project lead here.

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