Dorothee Danedjo Fouba is a Multimedia Journalist, media educator Engineer and Blogger working in Online Journalism and the IT sector. As a journalist, Dorothee works with the Cameroonian Ministry of Communication (General Inspection) and is a Communication advisor and Consultant for the Center for Development of Best Practices in health in her country. She also manages since 2011 a blog (http://www.dorotheedanedjo.com/) which focuses on IT issues and the use of technology for communication and social media. She strives to make these tools more accessible to professionals, while also sharing techniques on best multimedia practices for journalists in the digital world. Additionally, Dorothee participates in the organization of BarCamp Cameroon, an association of individuals interested in web and IT issues. She trains women engineers at Ingenieris Cameroun as a community and capacity building manager. Dorothee has won four international awards for her work in ICT (Best African ICT Blog 2012&2013 and African FOSS Reporter Award in 2012 and in 2010 as a Finalist). Now Dorothée is one of the 78 Techwomen Emerging Leaders for 2014, an initiative of US Department State's Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs. She is Finalist in African Story Challenge 2014, Business and Technology category. Dorothee holds a Master Degree in Computer Science and Communication and a Bachelor Degree in Journalism.Firefox OS- Open Standard. As a Mozillian, she is leading Mozilla Cameroon community.