Anne-Marie Imafidon: STEMettes

Anne Marie Imafidon

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Aged only 11, Anne-Marie Imafidon was the youngest girl to pass her A-Level Computing and she was only 20 when she passed a Master’s degree in Maths and Computer Science! Since then she has co-founded STEMettes a programme to inspire young women in STEM.

Anne-Marie works campaigns for equity in the tech workplace, raising the profile of under-represented groups in industry and commerce.


Computing: Find out about local clubs and support groups for people who want to learn about computing and programming. Is there provision for old and well as young learners? How could your school support more people in your community to feel confident with using and creating with technology?


Visit ‘Celebrating Diversity in Computing

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