– A brilliant young Ghanaian lady identified as Cyhana Lena Williams has been recruited as a program manager at Microsoft
– Cyhana obtained a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Geography and Resource Development, after which she personally pursued a career in Geographic Information Systems (GIS)
– She is also a co-founder of African Women in GIS, an online community for African women around the world who work, study, or are enthusiasts of geo-related fields
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Cyhana Lena Williams, a young lady who graduated from the University of Ghana in 2017 has been recruited as a program manager at the world-renowned IT firm, Microsoft.
According to an update sighted by Bioreports on her LinkedIn profile, Cyhana officially started working in September, 2020, after building a strong career for herself in the information technology industry.
A feature on Cyhana on studentshubgh.com indicated that she obtained a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Geography and Resource Development.
2017 University of Ghana graduate recruited as program manager at Microsoft.
Source: Cyhana Lena Williams/LinkedIn
During her national service, the brilliant young lady worked in a GIS (Geographic Information Systems) and Software company – Henson Geodata Technologies where she was assigned roles as a GIS technician, a software program manager, project coordinator, and Administrator.
After that, she worked as a GIS mapping specialist at Voltic Ghana Limited, which is a subsidiary of Coca-Cola Beverages Africa.
She is also a co-founder of African Women in GIS, which is an online community for African women around the world who work, study, or are enthusiasts of geo-related fields.
Speaking about her successes, Cyhana Lena Williams inspired her connections with the words:
Believe me when I say that the decision to come out of my bubble and take up positive #opportunities was hard but I had to make it. With a support circle, by grace, it is paying off.
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Bioreports previously reported that a Nigerian man, Ekene Ashinze, had achieved great success despite the trying time caused by Covid-19 pandemic.
On Monday, August 3, Ekene announced that he got employed by Microsoft as a software engineer.
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