Dr Anne-Marie Imafidon MBE is well-known to many as a prodigy. At just 11 years old she was the youngest girl ever to pass A-level Computing, and was just 20 when she received her Master's Degree in Mathematics and Computer Science from the University of Oxford. Since then, she has made formidable progress, through positions at Goldman Sachs, Hewlett-Packard and Deutsche Bank. She has also earned the Honorary Doctorates from Open University, Glasgow Caledonian University, Kent University & Bristol University and an Honorary Fellowship at Keble College, Oxford.
In 2013 Anne-Marie co-founded the STEMettes, an award-winning social initiative dedicated to inspiring and promoting the next generation of young women in the STEM sectors. Since its inception, it has exposed more than 40,000 girls across Europe to Anne-Marie's vision for a more diverse and balanced science and tech community. Anne-Marie also delivered a brilliant TED talk in 2015, discussing female involvement in STEM subjects.
As a recognised thought-leader in the world of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics, Anne-Marie delivers keynote speeches to leading organisations all over the world, is listed as one of the BBC's 100 inspirational and innovative women, Forbes Top 50 Global Women in Tech and an ELLE Magazine 'Disruptor'.
Her first book, She's in Ctrl: How Women Can Take Back Tech, was published by Transworld in 2023.