Romi Koifman has always loved seeking out new opportunities. Now she is not only a Senior PM at Microfost; she is also mentoring other young women in tech.
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Kenya Methodist University's 2016 mentorship program increased the skills and confidence of their students. It also led to the university sending their first-ever student to GHC 16.
Mentoring has proven to be very useful in career development especially with Technical Women. Mentorships tremendously help women that are interested in technical fields gain access to both technical and management positions. These low numbers are rising due to mentorships at young ages.