Techstripped Africa’s Mentoring Sessions 2.0 closes with US Embassy’s Laneice Brooker

The last eight weeks of 2021 was very awesome and engaging as students from diverse walks of life across Ghana, South Africa and Uganda were taken through a series of technical and non-technical mentoring sessions by some of the most renowned names on the continent.

This has helped shape the minds and skills of these students as they prepare to make career or business choices in the field of technology when they graduate.

The final session of the Mentoring Sessions 2.0 is scheduled for Tuesday, January 4 and it features the Cultural Affairs Attaché at the US Embassy Ghana, Mrs Laneice Brooker.

Mrs Brooker will be sharing with participants how they can develop a career that transcends barriers and bring to bear her rich experience gathered from working in multiple countries to help the students have a global dominance mindset.

She oversees 26 educational and cultural exchange programmes for the US Embassy in Accra, as well as manages a federal grants programme for Ghanaian beneficiaries in the interest of the United States of America.

Hence, she has a well of knowledge and wisdom for participants to tap into on this final session at 1800GMT.

Interested participants are invited to join via the Zoom link

The Mentoring Sessions 2.0 is brought to you by Techstripped Africa (, a startup accelerator and tech advocacy network founded by Kwame Owusu Ansah, a tech evangelist and 2021 Mandela Washington Fellow.


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