Chisenga Muyoya

Chisenga is proactive leader with a deep passion for social change and mentorship for young women and girls. In line with her vision and passion, she co-founded Asikana Network, a youth led technology organisation to empower young women in Zambia. Additionally, she is the co-founder of the Pan African Network that seeks to increase the visibility of women in ICT across Africa. Chisenga applies her interest in ICT for development in her work as a Software Developer at Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric Aids Foundation where she focuses on developing SmartCare, Zambia’s national electronic health record system. Chisenga holds a BSc in Computer Science and is currently pursuing an MSc in Information Systems Management. She is a recipient of the Ministry of Science’s postgraduate scholarship for outstanding females in science and has recently been named a Global Shaper under the World Economic Forum. Chisenga demonstrates a strong commitment to service through her volunteer work, and as a MILEAD Fellow she will be implementing a Mi-Change project on using technology to enable women to demand and enjoy their human rights.

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