Broker seeks to advance STEM education for girls in Rwanda

By March 20, 2017 Inman No Comments

As a little girl, Sarita Dua was a bit of a math and science geek, always finishing her assignments first in class and at times hiding how easy she found it, so as to avoid teasing.

By the time she was nine, she was teaching computers to kindergartners.

Now a successful principal broker at Keller Williams in Portland, Oregon, Dua is taking her teen daughter, Sejal, to Rwanda in a mother-daughter service project to help advance girls in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM).

The project, which Sarita and Sejal formed together, seeks to advance STEM education to girls in 17 seconda...

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