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Her Life After Ca,mpus

What does the African Woman’s Post-Grad Experience look like?

We started asking ourselves this question a year or so before our impending graduation. But like many other young African women, we each had to wait to experience it for ourselves and to understand that the post-grad experience is as unique to every individual as with any other phase of life; full of opportunities, challenges, laughter, tears, and so much more. 

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The Stories

Over the next 365 days, we will be listening to the stories of 100 African women. Whether you graduated a year ago or over 30 years back; whatever your career path, industry or sector; whether you are from the East, West, North or South of the African continent - we want to hear your experience. The good, the bad and the lessons you've learned.

The Why

Stories are unique. They are personal and different. Because of this, we hope the stories we share will serve as a source of inspiration, a guide in times of confusion and a reminder that each journey is unique and important. 

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Image by Claudio Schwarz | @purzlbaum

The Book

In a world where there is not enough literature spotlighting the journey and the accomplishments of African women, we want to share 100 more stories that remind us our voices and stories are just as important. 

To celebrate these stories, we will be releasing a book in 2022 that encapsulates the stories of 100 African women.

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