• BBC

    "Girls often don't want to be the only one in the class so they tend not to pick the subject when it is an option," she said. "Also, it's often not even an option in a lot of schools so it's an uphill battle but fortunately, a lot of computer science courses take A-level maths students, so there is a very viable route for girls into the course itself and related courses."

  • European CEO

    As part of our female innovation series, we explore the work of Anne-Marie Imafidon, who wants to encourage more women to enter the fields of maths and science

  • The Guardian

    Founder of Stemettes Anne Marie Imafidon and Iman Amrani are at WAH Nails talking STEM, MBEs and life, all while getting their nails done.

  • BusinessCloud

    Anne-Marie Imafidon’s social enterprise Stemettes is also addressing the industry’s lack of diversity by helping girls create technology that relates to them...Since its launch four years ago Stemettes has helped 15,000 girls across the country.

  • The Guardian

    “Society doesn’t see technical women enough so it’s assumed that they don’t exist and ‘technology isn’t something women do’,” says Anne-Marie Imafidon, co-founder of Stemettes, a group offering free Stem workshops and events for young women. “These attitudes and social norms permeate decisions made at all levels so women aren’t hired, promoted or given positions of responsibility and the cycle continues.”