Education Sector – Founder, Black Women in Science Ndoni Mcunu was not always interested in science. Some of her family members made a living in the field and that’s why she initially pursued
Link to the article: https://200ysa.mg.co.za/2016/ndoni-mcunu-2/
Nebraska University – Mandela Washington Fellowship 2017 – Civic Leadership Track. I spent 7 weeks in the United states in Nebraska and in Washington. I was exposed and trained on international civic leadership.
Such an honour to be listed as one of the Inspiring Fifty Women in Tech in South Africa. This award is from the Kingdom of the Netherlands. At the Netherlands Embassy to receive
Link to the article: https://southafrica.inspiringfifty.org/south-africa-2018
Honourary KZN – Youth Award in the Science, Research and Innovation. Issued by the eThekwini
Meet Ndoni Mcunu - founder and CEO of non-profit organisation Black Women in Science (BWIS) and member of the #Resilient40 - the UK-Africa partnership formed at the Wilton Park Climate Resilience Conference. Ndoni advocates for the importance of climate resilience for developing nations, as a way for us to be prepared for climate and environmental shocks rather than reacting to them as they happen.
Link to video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wDgZ_-nnPVA
A disadvantaged background doesn’t have to be a barrier to success
Link to the article: https://www.nature.com/articles/d41586-019-00617-9
A personal journey sheds light on why there are so few black women in science