Larissa Kambani has four years of experience training and building the capacity of young people who drop out of school. Currently, Larissa works for Schlumberger Logelco Congo and is an active volunteer with Connect Women, a global initiative of Schlumberger Limited focused on advancing gender equality in the workplace and the education of young girls. She studied electrical engineering at the University of Brazzaville in the Congo Republic. Upon Completion of the Mandela Washington Fellowship, Larissa plans to continue advocating for greater gender equality in the workplace, girl child education, and empowerment as a mean of reducing poverty in Congo.
Last updated: 2019