Part 2: Nathasia Muwanigwa & Nataša Lazarević Visibility STEM Africa Co-founders

The Root Of The Science Podcast

Apr 11 2020 • 38 mins

Twitter, if used correctly, has created a platform for people to connect with others who have similar interests and opinions. But how crazy is that it can be a place where you can meet someone who has similar life experience AND has the same name. Well, that’s the case of my two guests today, Nathasia (Tasia) Muwanigwa and Nataša (Nata) Lazarević.  Call it coincidence or serendipity. Still, the founders of Visibility STEM Africa(VSA) have a similar name, have both lived in several countries (with Botswana being a shared one), and are currently pursuing PhDs in STEM fields. Together, they saw the need for better representation of Africans in STEM fields and decided to create VSA.

In Part 2 we continue our chat explaining what VSA aims to do, how to get involved, some of their partners and why they are working with them. Stay tuned the exciting announcement is being made!

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