- IU Bloomington
Maryam Adeniyi is an intern with the Black Women & Technology team. Maryam is a junior pursuing a dual degree B.S in Economic Consulting and M.S in Information Systems from the Kelley School of Business. On campus she has served in several different roles including being Kelley Deans Council scholar, a Peer Mentor for the Kelley Living Learning Center, and an appointed member of the Kelley Mental Health Task Force. Born in Dallas, Texas as a child of Nigerian immigrants, Maryam is extremely passionate about solving socioeconomic issues and empowering people through the intersection of business and technology. She is the Director of Strategic Initiatives for a new international non-profit called Yielding Accomplished African Women, which is on online and in-person career accelerator program for females in universities across Africa. She has traveled to India, Mexico, and Detroit to study the impact of microfinance and global business in different communities, and last summer she completed Management Consulting internship at PwC and studied at Harvard Business School's Summer Venture in Management Program. She looks forward to extending her impact on underrepresented populations at Indiana University through initiatives at the IU Center of Excellence for Women In Technology.