- A brilliant young Ghanaian lady identified as Cyhana Lena Williams has been recruited as a program manager at Microsoft
- Cyhana obtained a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Geography and Resource Development after which she personally pursued a career in Geographic Information Systems (GIS)
- She is also a co-founder of African Women in GIS, an online community for African women around the world who work, study, or are enthusiasts of geo-related fields
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Cyhana Lena Williams, a young lady who graduated from the University of Ghana in 2017 has been recruited at the world-renowned IT firm, Microsoft as a programs manager.
According to an update sighted by YEN.com.gh on her LinkedIn profile, Cyhana officially started working in September, 2020, after building a strong career for herself in the information technology industry.
A feature on Cyhana on studentshubgh.com indicates that she obtained a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Geography and Resource Development.
During her national service, the brilliant young lady worked in a GIS (Geographic Information Systems) and Software company – Henson Geodata Technologies where she was assigned roles as a GIS Technician, a software Program Manager, Project Coordinator, and Administrator.
After that, she worked as a GIS Mapping Specialist at Voltic Ghana Limited, which is a subsidiary of Coca-Cola Beverages Africa.
She is also a co-founder of African Women in GIS, which is an online community for African women around the world who work, study, or are enthusiasts of geo-related fields.
Speaking about her successes, Cyhana Lena Williams inspired her connections with the words:
Believe me when I say that the decision to come out of my bubble and take up positive #opportunities was hard but I had to make it. With a support circle, by grace, it is paying off.
In other news, a Ghanaian lady named Adjoa Asamoah was very instrumental in the victory of the US President-elect, Joe Biden, over the incumbent, Donald Trump.
Reports sighted by YEN.com.gh on Ghanaiannews.ca, Ghanaweb.com and Ghanaguardian.com, indicate that Adjoa's work caused Biden's campaign to appeal effectively to many Black Americans.
As the campaign’s National Advisor for Black Engagement, Adjoa's role involved has involved working on multiple fronts to meaningfully engage the Black community, ranging from the African Diaspora to the Panhel family.
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