‘’It turned out at my new office where I got a job, that they don’t watch or pay attention to the color of my skin or tend to discriminate me. When I was advised by our president of the Sierra Leone Association of Persons With Albinism to apply, I had thought of the discrimination I was going to face due to the color of my skin, but the founder and the CEO of the company, and my colleagues turned out to pay more attention to what I can deliver to that of the color of my skin.”
Daniella B Carrick is the receptionist at Techfrica cooperate office. She gave me the most beautiful smile when I first came to the office. Her role at the Techfrica office is to welcome customers and visitors, tell them what the company does, and show them around the company. Born in Freetown, Daniella B Carrick attended the St. Phillips Primary School, New Covenant Primary School, and the Zebah Preparatory Primary School respectively. She later moved to the Holy Family Junior Secondary School and Oxford International High School where she completed her Secondary and Senior Secondary School.
Mohamed Osman Kamara is the CEO and Founder of the Sierra Leone Association of Persons with Albinism. His role as the founder is to advocate, raise awareness and help to bring inclusion for persons with albinism to be included in employment opportunities. He met with the Founder of Techfrica and advocated for members of his organization to be included, which, Daniella B Carrick and few others secured jobs at Techfrica and now work at the Techfrica office.
Techfrica is an African-owned Technology company established in 2015 in the United States that focuses on bringing, creating, establishing Technology for Africans in Africa and the African Diaspora.
IN OUR NEXT EPISODE, WE WILL SPOTLIGHT ANOTHER WORKER AT TECHFRICA OFFICE.