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Women in Tech: Inspiration, No Fairytales
Women in Tech: Inspiration, No Fairytales.

Successful women in the tech industry can be a guiding light, illuminating the way and giving others the courage to forge their own paths into the digital world. Commissioned by the German Federal Ministry for Economic Development and Cooperation, this book presents 30 inspiring women working in tech from all around the world, with a focus on Africa. As part of their #eSkills4Girls initiative, BMZ wants to strengthen the rights of women in the digital world and advancing their increased participation and ownership. 

I was commissioned to draw 20 of these portraits, and I wanted each portrait to represent the woman's tech skills, country of origin and personality. 
Portraits of trailblazing women
From clockwise: Gloria Muhoro, Faith Keza, Aya Jaff and Dorothy Gordon.
From clockwise: Amel Saidane, Asma Ennaifer, Iffat Gul and Grazia Vittadini.
From clockwise: Regina Honu, Ivy Barley, Joana Breidenbach and Lorena Jaume-Palas.
From clockwise: Japleen Pasricha, Regina Mboji Brown, Nanjira Sambuli and Nnenna Nwakanma.
From clockwise: Shinta Bubu, Sasha Rubel and Renata Avila and Janina Kugel.
Book cover sketches
Alternative cover design.
Final book cover
Women in Tech is published by the German Federal Ministry of Economic Cooperation and Development to be distributed within development circles of the World Bank and the United Nations. Art direction by BunnyIsland.
Find the book online here.
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