Nigeria’s Miss Anne-Marie Osawemwemze Imafidon has been decorated by Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II, with the prestigious honour of Member of the Most Excellent British Empire (MBE) for her services to young women with specialty in Sciences, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM).
Recall that we informed you earlier of the event which has now taken place on Friday, May 19, 2017 and has been announced by the Royal Family via their official Twitter handle.
“Anne-Marie Imafidon, @stemettes founder, has been awarded an #MBE for her work inspiring the next generation of women into STEM subjects.
6:50 AM – 19 May 2017 – “The Royal Family @RoyalFamily”
She was accompanied to the event by her family dubbed “Britain’s Most Brilliant family” and has been invited by to the Buckingham palace in central London which is the London residence of the Queen of England.
With her achievement, she becomes the youngest scientist ever to get this award, as most young people get the Queen’s honour for sports.
The eldest daughter of world renowned Professor Chris and Ann Imafidon whose family has been dubbed the Brainiest Family in Europe, Anne-Marie holds the record of being one of the youngest managers of Fortune 100 top companies and later became an assistant Vice President with German’s top bank, Deutsche bank.
In school, due to participation in the www.ExcellenceinEducation.org.uk programme, she set a new record to become the youngest girl to ever pass two High school (GCSE) examinations — for Mathematics and Information Technology and A-level computing at the age of 11 in Britain.
Due to her high exceptional brilliance, she received a British Scholarship to study Mathematics at the John Hopkins University at the age of 13 in 2003. Two years later, she commenced a degree at Oxford University after which she enrolled for her Masters degree setting another record of the youngest Masters degree holder from the Ivy league university.
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