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Mentor Ida Ng'ang'a is the outgoing Chairman, Membership & Outreach for Kenya, for the Internet Society (the organization that sets the standards on how the internet operates). She was elected in September 2016, the first woman to hold this position.
She is a Lead Ambassador for the Africa Code Week Program by UNESCO/SAP. She is passionate about technology and has vowed to make internet opportunities, digital learning, computer programming and mobile application development skills accessible to as many youth and women as possible. She is the Founder of Fem-Hub Africa, a
centre of excellence for women’s innovations.
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She currently leads Internet for Education discussions globally for the Internet Society.