- Yasmin Fuseini Cudjoe is a Ghanaian female engineer making exemplary gains in the United States
- The 28-year-old achiever earned her master's degree in Transportation Engineering at the University of South Carolina in the US
- YEN.com.gh takes a closer look at her personality, career, and success
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Ghanaian female engineer, Yasmin Fuseini Cudjoe, has joined the ranks of women chalking great strides across the world.
Cudjoe, 28, is worth highlighting because her achiever story continues to inspire women especially younger girls who aspire to attain similar or greater feats.
Ghanaweb reports that she granted an interview during the Engineers’ Week in South California, where she worked as a high profiled engineer with Toole Design Group.
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Cudjoe credited her father as her greatest motivation. She reveals that her father is a civil engineer as well and he owns a transportation engineering company in Ghana. According to Cudjoe, she has always been influenced by her father’s work.
She has a great interest in design and data analysis and has worked on projects, including conceptual roadway design using AutoCAD, crash data analysis, and other pivotal subjects in the field.
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Cudjoe has always wanted to work with numbers and understanding how things work. Becoming an engineer was a perfect fit.
After she bagged her postgraduate degree in Transportation Engineering at the University of South California, she went on to start work at Toole Design Group as an engineer.
YEN.com.gh gathered that Cudjoe is now involved in the Station Siting Services for the San Gabriel Valley Regional E-Bike share programme.
Cudjoe also plans to introduce a healthy and active alternative means of transportation to communities while increasing connectivity that will help enhance lives.
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