DR ANNE-MARIE IMAFIDON BECOMES YOUNGEST SCIENTIST TO BE HONOURED BY THE QUEEN
Dr Anne-Marie Imafidon (aged 27), the eldest child from a family described by experts as “world’s smartest family”, has received the Queen’s award for services to young women and STEM. She is founder and CEO of multi-award-winning organisation – STEMettes.[Stemettes.org]
Dr Imafidon, was with her family in London when she heard the news of her inclusion in the #NewYearHonours list, and this comes just days after being invited to speak to University leaders including Vice Chancellors in London, Oxford and Cambridge.
BRITISH PRIME MINISTER Theresa May, says “Congratulations to all those receiving honours today. It’s great so many from different walks of life are getting recognition”
Dr Anne-Marie Imafidon, is the founder & CEO of Stemettes.org, a multi- award winning organisation, impacting girls’ Science which seeks to inspire and supports young women into Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths careers (STEM) http://stemettes.org/.
Dr ANNE-MARIE O IMAFIDON, says “I’m ecstatic…
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