We have an ambitious goal of impacting 8,000,000+ women worldwide by 2030 and are dedicated to changing the narratives of women in technology, transforming lives and making millions of dreams a reality through this process.
What We Do
Mentorship, we feel is critical to increasing the number of women in technology. We are deeply committed to joining forces with women all across the world and giving our voices to guarantee that we are equally represented in an industry that we have always been a part of.
Our approach to mentorship
We've created a number of programs with an approach that caters to every woman's individual requirement, from choosing a professional path to unleashing talent potential.
HOW WE DO IT
As a technology driven community, we developed a product that uses AI (Artificial Intelligence) and ML (machine Learning) algorithms to evaluate compatibility between mentor-mentee pairs. We leverage this tech product to pair mentors to specific mentees. Our product also provides mentors with a mentoring framework, reverts continuous feedback to mentees, and progression measurement indicators for both parties.
The Wentors team is composed of passionate professionals who share the same commitment and drive about 'women in tech'. Below are the members of our leadership team.
EduAbasi began her IT career with Microsoft in 2014 as a Cloud Solution Specialist, and has continuously delivered on her tasks since beginning her career, and she presently works as the Partner and Start-up lead for Microsoft West Africa.
During her many years in the profession, she learned that gender prejudice was a standard that people had become accustomed to. Many people were astonished that she was a woman in a position of leadership in technology.
Her desire to see more women in technology in leadership and C-level positions motivated her to challenge the status quo and play a role in levelling the playing field.
Unoma AdeyemiCEO, Co-Founder
Unoma had aspired to be a doctor before settling on a university course of study. She desired a job in which she could have a beneficial influence on society.
Unoma had an instinctive drive to assist communities and believed that by better understanding economic systems and their repercussions, she would be able to identify methods to effect good change. However, after establishing a career in economics and finance, Unoma then chose to shift career paths into the tech industry.
She pursued an MBA and felt reenergized after realizing the impact of technology in the lives of everyday people.
Mfon is an astute development professional with an outstanding record of result-oriented engagements in civil society organizations, advocacy, policy reform, and a proven history of improving personal and organizational systems in both the public and private sectors. She has over 11 years of experience in community development, human resource management, negotiation, and conflict resolution etc.
She is very passionate about capacity building.