Anie AkpeAnie Akpe

Founder at African Women In Technology

African Women In Technology

Anie Akpe is a business professional and entrepreneur with more than 25 years of experience in the banking industry, real estate, finance and tech. Anie is the Founder of African Women In Tech (AWIT), an Africa-based organization helping girls and women with education and mentorship within technology, as well as UX Diaspora, a unique community of people of color in UX who are digitally migrating to educate, connect and inspire one another all over the world.

Anie is also an avid advocate for diversity and inclusion within the tech industry. Furthermore, in her previous role as VP,  Mortgage Operations at Municipal Credit Union, Anie has managed a $950 million dollar portfolio.

She is a highly active member of the board of directors for various organizations — highlighting her advocacy for entrepreneurship, tech, culture and community. Anie also serves on the board of The New York Mortgage Coalition, an affordable housing program initiative based in New York City.

Takes part in

May, 21 9:00 PM CEST
Visionary Stage
Panel Discussion

Digital Tools to Improve Inclusion in the Post-COVID Workplace

Nowadays, there are tools that help companies decrease bias, improve retention, manage talent and hiring processes, and much more. In addition to implementing DEI strategy in your organization, you can take advantage of tech tools that make it easier to include every employee.

So what appropriate digital tools can boost post-COVID inclusion at your organization?

  • Our speakers will discuss the following topics:
  • The best technologies for hiring and retention processes to boost DEI in the post-COVID workplace
  • Top digital tools to improve cross-team collaboration after the pandemic
  • DEI analytics to reinforce and assess inclusion efforts
Anie Akpe Founder at African Women In Technology
Donnica Campbell Chief Executive Officer at One World Consultation
Iman Refaat Language Development Team Lead at Arabize and Assistant Lecturer at Badr University in Cairo
Felicia M Nurmsen Managing Director at National Organization on Disability