Dorothée Danedjo Fouba is a multimedia journalist and a media education’ Engineer who has over seven years of experience working directly in digital journalism and IT&web sector. As a journalist, Dorothée works in General Inspection of Cameroonian Ministry of Communication and as a freelance . She’s leading a blog www.dorotheedanedjo.com, which talks about IT related issues and the use of technology for communication and social media management. Dorothee’s Blog gives to people examples of using various IT techniques and tools for professional journalism and communication on web. As a member of civil society in Cameroon, Dorothee is Mozilla Rep and coordinates Mozilla Cameroon (www.mozillacameroon.org). She is also one of the coordinators team of the non-governmental initiative “Barcamp Cameroon”, an association of people interested by web and IT issues. As a women empowerment specialist, she trains women girls on STEM fields. These non-profit-making activities enables her to travel around the country, Africa to inform communicators and journalists on multimedia tools for generating online content, community and social media management. She is launching in 2015, a multimedia teaching platform on web for journalist and communicators. Dorothee won 6 international awards for her work in ICT : (Best African ICT Blog 2012&2013 and African FOSS Reporter Award in 2012 and in 2010 as a Finalist). Dorothée is one of the 78 Techwomen Emerging Leaders for 2014, an initiative of US Department State's Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs. She is African Story Challenge 2014 Finalist- Business and Technology cycle. Danedjo Fouba holds a Masters degree in Computer Applications, Management, Media Education , E–learning; Major in Media Education’ Engineering at the Sorbonne Nouvelle-Paris 3 University, a Master in Communication and a Diploma in Journalism At Advanced School of Mass Communication-University of Yaounde 2. Dorothee teaches in ASMAC.
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I am Dorothee's Mentor in the Reps program where I have witnessed her dedication, creativity and drive to help Mozilla's mission in Cameroon. She's designed and is leading a series of events in Cameroon to promote FFOS, community building in her region. I think Dorothee is a great leader, and will influence change for Cameroon and Mozilla in the years go come.
Dorothee worked with me as a techwomen (http://www.techwomen.org) emerging leader at Mozilla for October 2014. She works on l10n for Cameroonian languages, and has a plan for FSA and reps engagement in Cameroon. Dorothee's air mozilla presentations from Oct 2014:
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Dorothee worked with me as a techwomen (http://www.techwomen.org) emerging leader at Mozilla for October 2014. She is blogging for The Open Standard (their blog page isn't live yet but she has content banked) and is working on l10n for Cameroonian languages, and has a plan for FSA and reps engagement in Cameroon. Dorothee's air mozilla presentations from Oct 2014: