Information technology veteran Christine Louw, who is currently the GE Transportation Sub-Saharan Africa IT Programme Manager, oversees the IT for GE Transportation in Nigeria, Kenya, Angola, Mozambique, Namibia and South Africa, where she's based. Christine talks to GE AFrica Reports about her 31 years in the IT field, where she's done ground-breaking work in several instances to shatter the glass ceiling in a predominantly male-dominated field. Read more. More about GE in Africa in this BRIEFING.
Christine Louw, GE Transportation Sub-Saharan Africa IT Programme Manager, with her daughters Marguerite and Nicole.
'If You Can Build a Good Foundation, Particularly In the Tech Field, It Will Take You Far'
GE Africa, 7 April 2017
Information technology veteran Christine Louw, who is currently the GE Transportation Sub-Saharan Africa IT Programme Manager, oversees the IT for GE Transportation in Nigeria,… Read more »
Christine Louw (third from left), GE Transportation Sub-Saharan Africa IT Programme Manager, with the GE SSA IT team.
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 »
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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 ... Read more »
Supriya Bhandari, GE Africa's Executive Counsel, East Africa and Development and Investment, recounts her journey and how she ended up working at GE Africa. According to Bhandari, ... Read more »
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