Nyameke Wilson

CEO of Black Sisters in STEM
WABF Speaker - Nyameke Wilson
Achievement is in Diana Nyamekye’s DNA! She is a highly successful 26-year-old social entrepreneur, former Googler, activist and global speaker, honored by the Princess of Dubai as the CEO of the Most Impactful Initiative worldwide. She is the product of a diligent single mother, prayer and a constructive community of Newark, NJ. Nyamekye is the founder and CEO of Black Sisters in STEM, where she is on a mission to unleash the global brilliance of Black women in STEM. To this aim she is building the largest talent marketplace of Black college women in STEM globally. From Lagos, Nigeria to Atlanta, Georgia, Nyamekye is building a community that the world has never seen. Nyamekye has been internationally recognized by the United Nations Permanent Missions to Austria, the Princess of Dubai, and Techstars Foundation.

Panels involved in

Panels involved in

Maximizing Africa's Human Capital Potential through Education

Breakout session 3
Grand panel
3:25 pm
Jon M. Huntsman Hall
Discover how innovative programs and partnerships are revolutionizing the continent's educational landscape