Women in Technology

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The tech world is fast-moving and highly competitive; today, it is also male-dominated, but not for much longer if we see the success of these outstanding women in technology a measuring stick of how far women have come as leaders in the field. Rainbowgirl Stories salute Outstanding Women in Technology to inspire young women and girls wanting to have a career in the tech sector to achieve their dreams.

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These 6 women got written out of tech history. They're finally being recognized. The dawn of the Digital Revolution was ushered in by six revolutionary women. World's First Computer, Computer Science, Computer Engineering, Computer Technology, Electrical Engineering, Digital Revolution, Addis Ababa, National Archives, Learn To Code

These 6 women got written out of tech history. They're finally being recognized.

The dawn of the Digital Revolution was ushered in by 6 women in Philadelphia in the mid-1900s.

Meet ELLE's Women in Tech - great bios about how women are changing our world through STEM (Tech Style Women) Math Stem, Stem Science, Stem Fields, Stem Careers, Women In Leadership, Elle Magazine, Business Women, Amazing Women, Role Models

Meet ELLE's Women in Tech

For the first time ever, ELLE rounds up the most influential women in the tech industry.

MacArthur award winner Yoky Matsuoka is one of the chief architects of the future. Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Nest Smart Thermostat, Carnegie Mellon, Chief Architect, Neuroscience, Computer Science, Giving, Simple

Taking Simple Tech and Giving It Some Smarts

MacArthur award winner Yoky Matsuoka is one of the chief architects of the future.

I was one of the earliest engs I've worked on infra, api, web, ads, homefeed & Stem Careers, Gender Stereotypes, Stanford University, Profile Photo, Role Models, Tory Burch, Portrait, American, Lady

Tracy Chou (@triketora)

The latest Tweets from Tracy Chou (@triketora). building @blockpartyapp_ to solve online harassment. 👼🏻investor, cofounder @projectinclude @arenasummit, prev👩🏻‍💻engineer @pinterest @usds @quora @stanford. SFO✈️EWR✈️LHR

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11 Successful Women in Tech

By Isabelle Chapman Last month, a hashtag spread across social media about women in tech: #thisiswhatanengineerlookslike. Female engineers posted their photos accompanied by the hashtag in order to counter the assumption that all engineers are men and look like Mark Zuckerberg. The truth is that...

Julia Hartz, a Pepperdine graduate, built Eventbrite, now a 500 employee company from the ground up. New Growth, Web Magazine, Successful Women, Business Inspiration, Starting A Business, Get Over It, Business Women, Leadership, Hip Hop

11 Successful Women in Tech

By Isabelle Chapman Last month, a hashtag spread across social media about women in tech: #thisiswhatanengineerlookslike. Female engineers posted their photos accompanied by the hashtag in order to counter the assumption that all engineers are men and look like Mark Zuckerberg. The truth is that...

Every year, MAKERS gathers more than 600 innovative leaders for The MAKERS Conference, a three-day global event that accelerates the women's movement. Measuring Stick, Team Member, Steve Jobs, Conference, Technology, Women, Palo Verde, Tech, Engineering

The 2019 MAKERS Conference

Every year, MAKERS gathers more than 600 innovative leaders for The MAKERS Conference, a three-day global event that accelerates the women's movement.

Kathryn Minshew is the CEO and co-founder of The Muse, a career-development platform. She was named to the Forbes 30 Under 30 in Media list. Minshew and her co-founders were also on the Inc. 2012 list of 15 Women to Watch in Tech. Graduate of Duke. 30 Under 30, Career Development, Co Founder, Duke, Platform, Technology, Watch, Women, Tech

Kathryn Minshew is the CEO and co-founder of The Muse, a career-development platform. She was named to the Forbes 30 Under 30 in Media list. Minshew and her co-founders were also on the Inc. 2012 list of 15 Women to Watch in Tech. Graduate of Duke.

The highest-ranked woman on the 2015 Midas List, Jenny Lee is one of the most respected investors in the Chinese tech scene. Among her best investments was her 2010 backing of social platform YY, which went public in the U. Kellogg School, Northwestern University, Women In Leadership, Successful Women, Best Investments, Social Platform, Powerful Women, Women Empowerment, Strong Women

Jenny Lee

No. 98. Jenny Lee, age 43Managing Partner, GGV Capital, SingaporeThe first woman to break the top 10 on FORBES’ 2015 Midas List, GGV Capital Managing Partner Lee established the firm’s Shanghai office in 2005and has been spearheading successful tech investment deals since.

Katie Jacobs Stanton is Vice President of Global Media at Twitter. After serving as Twitter’s VP of international market development since 2010, Stanton was promoted to VP of global media in July 2014, where she’ll be tasked with overseeing the social media giant’s international and U.S. media divisions. She is a graduate of Rhodes College and received her master's degree from Columbia University's School of International and Public Affairs (SIPA). Most Powerful, Powerful Women, Master's Degree, International Market, Twitter S, Women In Leadership, Successful Women, Vice President, Rhodes

Katie Jacob Stanton

No. 60. Katie Jacobs Stanton, age 44Vice President of Global Media, Twitter, U.S.After serving as Twitter’s VP of international market development since 2010, Stanton was promoted to VP of global media in July 2014, where she’ll be tasked with overseeing the social media giant’s international and U.S. media divisions.

Elizabeth Nelson is an advisor and corporate director for high-growth companies in the software, digital media, technology and Internet markets. She currently also serves on the Boards of Nokia, Pandora Media, and Zendesk. She has worked in international development projects in Asia, Africa, and Latin America for USAID and World Bank. M.B.A. in finance with distinction, Wharton School at UPenn, BA foreign service from Georgetown Growth Company, International Development, Latin America, Digital Media, Leadership, Finance, Software, Asia, Pandora

Elizabeth Nelson is an advisor and corporate director for high-growth companies in the software, digital media, technology and Internet markets. She currently also serves on the Boards of Nokia, Pandora Media, and Zendesk. She has worked in international development projects in Asia, Africa, and Latin America for USAID and World Bank. M.B.A. in finance with distinction, Wharton School at UPenn, BA foreign service from Georgetown

Ruby Lee is the Product Partner at KPCB Edge, and focuses on companies in the Digital Health and Mobile Marketplace industries. Previously, she was an Associate Product Manager at Google, She holds an M.S. in Computer Science and a B.S. in Bioengineering from Stanford University. She was also the president of the Business Association of Stanford Entrepreneurial students (BASES), the largest entrepreneurship group on campus. Class Management, Business Management, Graduate Degree, Reputation Management, Stanford University, Computer Science, Entrepreneurship, Online Business, Students

Ruby Lee

Ruby is the Product Partner at "KPCB Edge":https://www.kpcbedge.com/, and focuses on companies in the Digital Health and Mobile Marketplace industr...

Mary Meeker joined Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers in December She focuses on investments in the firm’s digital practice and helps lead KPCB’s Digital Growth Funds, targeting high-growth Internet companies that have achieved rapid adoption and scale. Bad Leadership, Wearable Computer, Wearable Technology, Internet Trends, 50 And Fabulous, Digital Trends, Women In History, Love Affair, Social Media Tips

Mary Meeker

Mary became an investing partner at Kleiner Perkins in 2010 and leads the firm’s three digital growth funds. She is most well-known for the annual Internet Trends Report.

Swati Mylavarapu joined KPCB in 2015 and focuses on venture-stage companies developing digital health and consumer technologies and businesses. Consumer Technology, Harvard University, Rhodes, Stage, Oxford, Abs, Challenges, Play

Swati Mylavarapu

Swati Mylavarapu joined KPCB in 2015 and focuses on venture-stage companies developing digital health and consumer technologies and businesses. Swati joi...