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For this month we're featuring   Bukola Akinfaderin . Bukola graduated with a Computer Science degree from Wesleyan University and a Masters in Information Systems from New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT). She has building web applications since 2009 and her first mobile app was Jandus Radio, a mobile application that aggregated over 250 radio stations across the Africa continent. I asked…

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Dianna Allen is a graphic designer, mostly within the product label and packaging niche. She is originally from St. Louis, Missouri but works remotely and has been traveling since 2017 and is currently in eastern Europe. Her favorite past time is hanging out on her balcony in the sun and enjoying music. She is the creator of Remetea an application that helps you pick your favorite drink based on…

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Ayoola John-Muyiwa (AJ) was born in Nigeria, grew up in Houston, Texas and is currently the CEO and Founder of Blademy; an online learning platform that prepares Black millennials for in-demand careers in tech, design, finance, and entrepreneurship. Prior to starting Blademy, he worked as an Engineer and Trading Analyst at ExxonMobil, BP, and Goldman Sachs. He also earned a certificate in…

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Marie is an indie maker from France, working on two main products: Threader, a Twitter client curating good threads, and Women Make, an open community meant to support women makers and put them at the forefront. Marie left Paris more than a year ago now to become a nomad and work on projects with her partner, Vincent. Read on to learn more about Women Make and how she has built the community. Why…

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Anne-Laure Le Cunff is an entrepreneur, author, speaker, and community builder. After working at Google in San Francisco, where she managed global marketing for digital health, she moved to London to start Ness Labs, a venture studio developing products focused on wellness, creativity, and culture. Her work has been featured in WIRED, Forbes, and more. She is also a MSc of Applied Neuroscience…

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