We are proud to announce that Anne-Marie Imafidon, has been awarded an MBE for services to Young Women and STEM Sectors as part of the 2017 New Years Honours List, aged 27.
Anne-Marie Imafidon is the CEO of Stemettes team, she launched the award-winning organisation back in February 2013 – to inspire and build up the pipeline of young women going into STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering & Maths) careers, after discovering the falling numbers going into her industry.
HM Queen releases two lists of honours each year to recognise the achievements and service of people across the UK, from all walks of life and our own very 27 years old beautiful Nigerian lady Annie-Marie Imafidon.
Others Nigerians who were honoured this year include Elizabeth Nneka Anionwu, a Professor of Nursing, who gets an OBE for her services in nursing and the Mary Seacole statue appeal; Chris Ofili, an artist who gets a CBE for his services to arts and Jeremiah Oluwatosin Ayotunde, a Cadet Colour Sergeant who gets an OBE for his services to young people and the community of London.
Anne-Marie holds the record of being the youngest girl to ever pass two GCSE examinations — for Mathematics and Information Technology and A-level computing at the age of 11 in Britain.
Due to her high exceptional brilliance, she received a British Scholarship to study Mathematics at John Hopkins University at the
age of 13 in 2003. Two years later, she commenced a degree at Oxford University after which she enrolled for her Masters degree, setting another record of the youngest Masters degree holder from the university.
Congratulations Ann-Marie Imafidon