- Dr Caroline Pule is a 30-year-old woman who has made a tremendous contribution to ensure that the world is a better place
- She was recently celebrated on social media by Women Power Africa on LinkedIn
- Dr Caroline is also a volunteer at the CrowdFight COVID-19 initiative
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A South African-born medical scientist, Dr Caroline Pule, has been celebrated on social media for advocating for Women in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM).
The 30-year-old woman is also a researcher, philanthropist and founder of Caroline Pule Science & Literacy Foundation (CPSLF).
According to Women Power Africa on LinkedIn, Dr Caroline is also a volunteer at the CrowdFight COVID-19 initiative.
At CrowdFight COVID-19 initiative, volunteer scientists from different countries work together by adding their expertise in their respective fields to support the fight against coronavirus.
Women Power Africa said:
"Dr Pule is currently a Medical Scientist in the Global Surgery Division, Department of Surgery at the University of Cape Town where she manages the Global Surgery Research Cluster and conduct groundbreaking research work."
In other news, a man identified as Toheeb Ojuolape has celebrated his achievement after bagging first-class honours in petroleum engineering from the University of Ibadan.
Making the disclosure on his Twitter page, the young man shared adorable graduation photos of himself.
In his words:
"B.Sc (First Class Honors), Petroleum Engineering, University of Ibadan while simultaneously scaling a multiple-award winning startup that is currently available in 6 African countries and building my skills as a Software Engineer. Grateful to God!"
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