Black Females in STEM – Personal Journeys

22 July 2021

Black Females in STEM – Personal Journeys

(Post-Covid Black Futures series)

Conversation hosted by Ann de Graft-Johnson & Dr. Emmanuel Adukwu.

Ann de Graft-Johnson is a Senior Lecturer in Planning and Architecture, University of the West of England, Bristol. Ann is an architect with special expertise in equal opportunities and diversity issues.

Dr. Emmanuel Adukwu is a Senior Lecturer and Employability Leader in the Department of Applied Sciences.


Efua Akumanyi is Head of Training & Tech @ Coding Black Females | Co-Founder @ | Founder @

Dr Nike Folayan MBE is a Chartered Engineer and a Telecommunications Engineering Consultant. She is co-founder and chair of the Association for Black and Minority Ethnic Engineers that campaigns for more ethnic diversity in UK engineering. @nikefolayan

Dr Amara Anyogu, Lecturer and Course Leader, School of Life Sciences at the University of Westminster. Dr Anyogu’s PhD and Post-doctoral research was in Food Microbiology and her research interests focus on the role of microorganisms in food security, biotechnology and safety issues. She is also Cofounder of the Aspiring Professionals Hub

This is the final talk in our Post-Covid Black Futures series. Coordinated by Zarabea Kayani

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