Aneh serves as Senior Advisor at the Denis and Lenora Foretia Foundation. In her role, she serves as a strategist for the STEM Prize and the Leadership Program for Young Scholars at the foundation. The STEM (Science Technology Engineering & Mathematics) Prize was created to encourage young Cameroonians, especially young women to pursue academic training in the sciences.
Aneh’s passion for science fuels her desire to impact change in Africa, specifically her homeland Cameroon, by pioneering and fostering the pursuit of S.T.E.M careers by young Africans. She has devoted her time in empowering young Africans in developing ethical leadership skills early on, a call she holds dear to her heart.
A scientist by profession, Aneh has extensive research and development experience in the Pharmaceutical and biotech industries and serves as the Associate Editor for the Association of Women in Science New Jersey Chapter. She holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Chemistry from Henderson State University in Arkansas and a Masters in Business and Science from Rutgers University with a focus in Chemical Engineering. Aneh currently resides in Plainsboro, New Jersey.