Every year, LinkedIn reviews its member base and identifies the top 25 students from around the globe who are actively leveraging the LinkedIn platform and services to advance themselves both personally and professionally. Among this year’s top 25 students is BS computing & security technology major Ledornubari Nwilene.
Ledornubari is not only an active LinkedIn member, but she is also a student leader within Drexel's College of Computing & Informatics (CCI) where she serves as a Dean’s Ambassador. She is co-founder of Blooming Lasting Careers, a community-based initiative that helps empower students in gaining career skills to achieve their professional goals.
In addition, she holds fellowship positions at Product Buds, StartingBloc, and Rewriting the Code, and was a 2020 Google Women Techmakers Scholar and Adobe Research Women-in-Tech Scholar. She is a member of the Drexel Women in Computing Society and the National Society of Black Engineers. She recently completed her co-op as a digital quality analyst at JPMorgan Chase & Co and is the incoming product management intern at Intuit.
She is one of two recipients of the inaugural VMware Rise Scholarship, which supports underrepresented minority students as they pursue their aspirations of becoming a leader in technology.
“Ledornubari is passionate about building useful products for people & communities, technology for social good, economic development, diversity and inclusion in tech and helping students to become confident and unleash their potential,” said LinkedIn.
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