GE Africa (Lagos)
Science Benefits from a Female Perspective
Abigail Asamoah, who is currently on GE's Early Career Development Programme in Accra, Ghana, says, "those of us involved in STEM [science, technology, engineering and mathematics] fields need to inspire and encourage young girls to pursue STEM careers. GE Reports Africa blog's profile of Abigail Asamoah is part of a new series known as "Women in Technology" which profiles GE SSA's unsung female heroes, highlighting their contribution at GE. Read more. More about GE in Africa in this BRIEFING.
GE Africa, 16 March 2017
The GE Reports Africa blog has launched a new series known as “Women in Technology” which profiles GE SSA’s unsung female heroes, highlighting their contribution… Read more »
Abigail Asamoah gives back to the community volunteering to mentor young girls in Ghana through the Tech Needs Girls initiative.
Carol Koech, who is based in Nairobi, is a GE Sales Leader in SSA aero services. Koech tells GE Reports Africa that she takes "care of the aero gas turbines, which are used in Read more »
GE Reports Africa blog profiles Beauty Mtshweni, a Project Manager, Operations & Infrastructure for GE Transportation IT in South Africa. Beauty gave up a full-time job to joi Read more »
A Day in the life of Nnenna Anthonia Olorunfemi, Lead Contract Performance Manager at GE Power and Water at the Nigeria Liquefied Natural Gas plant (NLNG). Nnenna said that working ... Read more »
A Day in the life of Catherine Mutonyi, the Commercial Operational Leader for SSA based in the Transportation division of GE Kenya. Catherine moved back to Kenya and started at GE ... Read more »
GE is offering young graduates an opportunity to gain hands-on experience and valuable skills training with a 12-week internship programme, run in partnership with the African ... Read more »