Rose-Gaëlle Belinga ’09

Belinga earned her bachelor’s degree in software engineering in 2009 and her master’s in computer science and computer engineering in 2012. Her fascination with technology started at an early age in the library of her hometown of Yaounde, the capital of Cameroon. As a young girl, Belinga spent hours reading books about inventors and their creations, which led to her focus on mathematics and physics in high school and inspired her passion to implement technology-based solutions to benefit the wider community. She moved to the United States to attend Auburn, where she also was a graduate research assistant in the Samuel Ginn College of Engineering Intelligent and Interactive Systems Laboratory, as well as an information technology assistant in the College of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences, which today is the College of Forestry, Wildlife and Environment. After completing a summer internship in Morgan Stanley’s Prime Brokerage Technology department, Belinga joined the firm’s technology analyst program, TAP, in 2012.

She is the vice president in enterprise and technology services, where she focuses on implementing and maintaining the firmwide web and mobile engineering infrastructure for institution users. She also co-chairs the Spatial Computing (AR/VR/MR) group as part of the Global Technology Innovation Program, which connects business leaders and innovators to solve the firm’s business challenges. Belinga volunteers as a technology educator through the Girls Who Code summer immersion program, a teaching assistant at underserved high schools throughout New York and an interviewer, scholarship reviewer and tech proposal coach for, an organization that supports women in technology.

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