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When Words Fail, Writing can Tell it All.

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Edo state, Nigeria
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About Me

My name is Cynthia Osarumwense Udoh, and I’m a content writer and a tech enthusiast. I have three years of experience in writing technical content; over time, I’ve developed a keen eye for details, constantly aiming to develop an unmatched ability to break down complex topics into easily digestible pieces.

As a passionate advocate for gender diversity in the tech industry, I’m committed to ensuring that ladies who want to learn about web2 and web3 can access all the necessary resources. My dedication to this cause is evident in my work as a content writer and mentor for She Code Africa Benin and as the Technical Writing Club Lead at Web3Ladies. In addition to my technical writing skills, I enjoy writing children's fiction. With my vivid imagination and creative flair, I craft stories that captivate and inspire young minds.

I’m a graduate of Medical Biochemistry from the University of Benin, where I honed my research and analytical skills. As a writing mentor, I draw on this experience to guide aspiring writers in developing their craft and finding their unique voices. Currently, I’m pursuing my passion for web2 technology by learning front-end development. With my dedication to learning and my natural curiosity, I hope to excel in this field.

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