DreamOval Organises Women In Tech Webinar

It’s a well-known fact that the period of March is an especially unique one for ladies from one side of the planet to the other.

March celebrates women their solidarity and fortitude, which empowers them to go beyond limitations and make progress any place they are found.

DreamOval joined the festival this year by facilitating an online class fixated on Women in Technology in Ghana. Recognized women in the Oval addressed fascinating inquiries that have since a long time ago been on the minds of young ladies needing to break into the male-overwhelmed fields.

Held on the 31st March 2022 at 2:00 PM through Microsoft Teams on the topic ‘A Sit Down with the Women in the Oval’, the 100-member online course tended to audience inquiries for 60 minutes. The speakers for the online course were DreamOval’s Dzifa Asante Yeboah (HR Manager), Yaa Agyemang – Otu (Project Manager), Asiedua Debrah Apomah (VP Service Operations Center), Winifred Quartey-Papafio (Senior Engineer) and Mina Asabea (Programs Coordinator, from the DreamOval Foundation). It was directed by Esenam Adzimah, a Customer Success Specialist at DreamOval.

The organization, established by two women, has emphatically spearheaded female consideration in the tech space since its earliest days. As the world makes up for a lost time, the women of the Oval concluded they would effectively engage more youths searching for progress in what is presently not a male-overwhelmed region.

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The whole drive for the webinar was fabricated, possessed, and composed by the ladies in the association.


“Breaking the Bias as a theme for this month stood out to us because the idea of a broken bias has always been wired into the organization. There are women at the helm at various levels of the organization, so we’ve never felt there was any bias to break. So we thought we’d share some of our work culture and learnings with younger women and men around the country.”

The crowd felt fairly compensated by remaining through each of the 3 meetings and showing their excitement by means of texts. A large number of the attendees, who were overwhelmingly females, accentuated how encouraged they were after the meeting, approaching the women of the Oval to do much more of these meetings later on.

“Keep these coming! You never know who you’re inspiring. My energy levels are on a new high, so thank you for an awesome session!!” mentioned Araba Tweneboa, a participant.

Dreamoval provides advanced technological solutions t ensure consistent and secure exchanges across the world’s biggest continent.

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Handling more than $3 billion worth of exchanges starting around 2018 and right now forcefully venturing into Africa, you can find them online at Dreamoval.com.

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