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Ghana’s Nancy Abu-Bonsrah is Johns Hopkins’ First Black Female Neurosurgeon Resident

Nancy Abu-Bonsrah is making waves and history as the first black female neurosurgeon resident at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine ...
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Rwandan Genocide Survivor, Claudine Humure, on Changing Prosthetics for the Developing World

Claudine Humure is a remarkable Rwandan genocide survivor whose story includes losing a leg to cancer and falling in love ...
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Nneile Nkholise on Leading South Africa’s Prosthetic Industry

At just 27, Nneile Sandra Alexandrina Nkholise is founder and director of iMED Tech Group, a South African company which uses ...
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Judith Adem Owigar: Inspiring Kenyan Women in Tech

Although women still remain largely underrepresented in Kenya’s flourishing tech scene, there appears to be a handful of extraordinary females paving the way for more women ...
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Sexism in Nursing is a Problem, But Not Like You Think

We all know that sexism, gender stereotypes, and prejudice have hurt different groups throughout history, particularly women. It kept women ...
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