Social Entrepreneur | Technology Consultant + Educator
Government Technology Advisor. Stephanie is a published author of an academic book titled “The Informal Sector in Nigeria and its impact on Development”, she is a Senior Advisor at a UK Local Government body and has also played a leading role in the creation and production of high-profile projects across Europe and Africa focusing on freedom of information, digital literacy, economic empowerment and gender equality.
Stephanie is the founder of Seidea, a social enterprise focused on helping BAME Women build cybersecurity careers and Seinfo, an open source platform which equips African women and youth with the skills needed for remote work and freelancing.
A list of initiatives I have founded:
I am a technology educator at heart, I am passionate about technology and it's ability to boost economic empowerment. This is the very reason I founded Seidea and Seinfo.
Founded in 2018, Seidea is a social enterprise that helps Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic women build cybersecurity careers.
Founded in 2019, Seinfo is a project by SAIDEA Foundation, a charity located in Nigeria with an aim to equip women and young people with digital skills needed for remote work.
Things I do alongside my businesses.
Passionate about using technology and art as a medium to empower minority groups. I am honoured that my side hustles are a reflection of this passion.
I run an art store, which features a collection of art & photography by me with an aim to advocate for improve social protection of informal workers.
Created and hosted by yours truly, Seipod is a podcast series focused on empowering BAME women with the knowledge needed to be secure online.