A Journey of Technological Advancement in Kenya
In a recent interview session with Voice of America (VOA), we proudly showcased our remarkable journey in the past three years. During the interview at the STL facility, Dr. Eng. Tony Githinji spoke passionately about our company’s commitment to pushing boundaries and driving innovation in the semiconductor sector. He highlighted how despite the challenges faced along the way, we have remained resolute in our vision of becoming the leading microchip manufacturer in Africa.
One of the highlights of the interview was the spotlight on the invaluable contributions made by women at STL. In a traditionally male-dominated industry, STL has been at the forefront of promoting gender equality and empowering women in technology. The VOA interview showcased the talented women who have played pivotal roles in STL’s success, highlighting their expertise and dedication to driving technological advancements.
Dr. Eng. Tony Githinji emphasized that diversity and inclusion have been integral to STL’s achievements. By fostering an inclusive environment that encourages women to excel in their careers, STL has harnessed a diverse range of perspectives and talents, leading to ground-breaking innovations and transformative solutions.