Eltham College is proud to celebrate International Women’s Day by hosting a talk on improving equality for women in tech. Today we are thrilled to welcome back OE Ike Olomo (2020), a third-year Mechanical Engineering student at the University of Nottingham. Ike is an inspiring individual who has made a name for herself in the world of tech by actively working towards creating a more equitable future for women in Tech.
During the talk, Ike will discuss the significance of STEM and how it continues to impact the world. She will also provide insights on how students can join the revolution in creating more equitable opportunities for women in the field. Ike’s experiences and knowledge are incredibly valuable, making this talk an excellent opportunity for students to learn from a talented alumna who is making a real difference in the world of technology.
Ike’s passion for science and engineering has led her to pursue a degree in Mechanical Engineering, where she has been excelling in her studies. She is actively involved in various student societies, including the African Caribbean Society, where she serves as the Secretary. Ike is also a mentor for young girls interested in STEM and is committed to advocating for gender equality in the field.
Ike’s talk promises to be an insightful and inspiring event, where students can gain valuable knowledge about the importance of STEM and how they can play a role in creating a more equitable future for women in tech.