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Nadia Lawson

Nadia Lawson

Nadia LAWSON is a Data Analyst and Data Literacy Trainer at code for Africa. She is also the community coordinator for Hacks/Hackers and WanaData in Dakar, Senegal.

She is a journalist specialized in finance and she is passionate about women entrepreneurship and empowerment.

She used to work with women in rural areas and trained them on the management of their small business, and how to use data for decision-making. She has a great experience in gender issues.




WanaData is a Pan-African network of female journalists, data scientists and techies working on changing the digital media landscape by producing and promoting data-driven news while applying digital technologies in their storytelling.

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