Arts & Culture

Selina STEM Trust opens up opportunities for Black women & girls

To celebrate International Day for Women and Girls in STEM, we’ve been speaking to the head of the Selina STEM Trust – a charity founded last year to support black women and girls around the world get access to education, and retain jobs in the worlds of science and tech.

Helena spoke to the founder, Loveness Mangezi, and the charity’s global ambassador and Noisettes musician Shingai about what the charity does and the future of their work in the capital.

Helena Wadia 11th February 2022

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