Isabel dos Santos has been working hard to make life better for women in Africa for many years. When she was younger, she traveled to the United Kingdom where she attended primary school. Her interest in technology and the field of science motivated her to later attend King’s College in London. It was there that she completed her electrical engineering degree. While studying at the college, she also became a much better problem solver, which has continued to assist her in her career ever since.

After finishing her studies, Isabel dos Santos was motivated to help other women accomplish their educational goals. She fully understood the value of a good education and wanted to help women in Angola as well as the rest of Africa who desperately needed a helping hand. Over the years, she has continued to help women by supporting educational initiatives that offer scholarships to them. Dos Santos knows that an educated woman is more able to gain employment, and she has been happy to be able help improve communities in Africa where poverty is prevalent.

Isabel dos Santos is the founder of UNITEL, and she has been using her position within her company to help bring technology to rural locations in Africa. Many people do not have access to high-speed internet in Africa, and this limits their opportunities. Dos Santos appeared before the European Parliament to help shed light on the struggles of people in Africa who are in need of internet access. She has taken direct action by helping to lay a large network of fiber optic cabling through UNITEL. More Africans will be able to communicate with one another because of her hard work, and they will also have access to a wider range of jobs.

As a modern day entrepreneur, Isabel dos Santos has used her social media accounts to help promote the causes she supports. She has helped to highlight successful working women in Africa on her Twitter account and has also Tweeted articles related to leaders in the nation. On her Facebook page, she has continued to share information about successes in Angola where people need all of the help they can get.

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