Yvonne Eyram Dumor: Google Employed Ghanaian Lady gets Promoted Within 2 Years of Landing job

Yvonne Eyram Dumor: Google Employed Ghanaian Lady gets Promoted Within 2 Years of Landing job

  • A University of Ghana past student known as Yvonne Eyram Dumor, has shared that she got promoted in less than two years after acquiring the job
  • Eyram recounted that she experienced imposter syndrome during her first week at Google
  • She also revealed that her big break came after working hard and getting sick multiple times along the line

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A young Ghanaian lady called Yvonne Eyram Dumor has recently narrated her journey to receiving a promotion at the multinational technology company, Google.

Taking to her LinkedIn timeline, Yvonne shared that she had a tough time after getting employed.

She battled with psychological trauma from COVID-19 and fell ill multiple times but could hit the goal she set for herself.

University of Ghana graduate gets promoted at Goggle
Yvonne Eyram Dumor at the office Photo credit: Yvonne Eyram Dumor/LinkedIn
Source: UGC

The University of Ghana graduate shared that she suffered from imposter syndrome in the first year of her employment with Google.

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"I felt inadequate, measuring myself with others. But one great and valuable gift Google offers is kindness, and reassuring support from colleagues and managers."

Eyram revealed that she set a personal target for herself which was to be promoted in less than two years and that has come to pass.

The grateful lady gave thanks to God and appreciated the support of her husband throughout the ups and downs.

YEN.com.gh earlier reported that a 25-year-old Ghanaian lady is making waves online as news about her helping to train 1000 young African women surfaces online.

Diana Nyamekye Wilson is the founder and chief executive officer of Yielding Accomplished African Women.

During an interview on Citi TV's Breakfast Daily show, Diana mentioned that her organisation is committed to digitizing and developing African's best talent with a focus on women.

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The vision is to create the largest community of online careers in finance and technology for black women globally.

The idea to start an organization like that was birthed after visiting the Cape Coast Castle where she got to feel and see what the slaves went through.

"Since then, I knew I had to do something direct and impactful for women who look like myself, my mother, my sister, my auntie etc", Diana said

Source: YEN.com.gh

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