Sandi imayeguahi is a software engineer at a Fortune 500 company. She obtained her bachelors degree from SUNY Geneseo in Chemistry. She is a STEM advocate for women of color and underrepresented groups. She is passionate about making the tech industry more diverse through mentoring college and high school students interested in a tech career as well as sharing her personal journey on how she became a software engineer.

Sandi’s journey to becoming a Software Engineer was not traditional, but with resilience and determination she made it her mission to pivot into tech. After receiving her Bachelors degree, after college she wanted to figure out how to start her career. She completed a Software Engineering bootcamp and with her determination she learned the right marketing skills to telling her story, put her projects together


Sandi’s overall goal is to share her story, to inspire other organizations to make the investment in attracting people into technology especially for those who do not have a computer science degree and are apart of the African/Caribbean community. In addition, Sandi hopes her story encourages someone to know that there is a place for you in tech. You are needed & you are valuable.