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Meet The 50 Most Influential Women In US Tech, 2018

Ginni Rometty, CEO of IBM to Lisa Su, CEO of Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) are among those honored in the inspiring fifty lists of America’s Top 50 Women In Tech by the Forbes magazine. The list contains 50 of the most influential Women In US Technology, 2018.

The inspirational women that ranked on the list are not only some of the more admired executives and experts in the tech world. They also help generate innovative products and services that are disrupting many industries including tech.

“The accomplishments of these successful women stand on their own and are even more significant given the traditional roadblocks that exist for women. These top female leaders serve as role models and an inspiration to the next generation of women,” Dr. Amarendra Bhushan Dhiraj said. “Tech sector still has a reputation for being a male-dominated field, but these women (and more like them) are proving that gender is no barrier to success,” he added.

Meet The 50 Most Influential Women In US Tech, 2018

1. Anne Aaron, Director of Video Algorithms at Netflix
2. Sylvia Acevedo, Chief Executive Officer of the Girl Scouts of the USA
3. Tamar Bercovici, Director of Engineering, Box
4. Perianne Boring, President and founder, Chamber of Digital Commerce
5. Danah boyd, President and founder, Data & Society Research Institute
6. Joy Buolamwini, Founder, Algorithmic Justice League
7. Ursula Burns, Executive Chairman, VEON
8. Amy Chang, Senior Vice President, Collaboration Technology Group, Cisco
9. Sarah Clatterbuck, Director of Engineering, Google
10. Cindy Cohn, Executive Director, Electronic Frontier Foundation
11. Morgan DeBaun, CEO and founder, Blavity
12. Jennifer Doudna, Professor of Biochemistry, Biophysics and Structural Biology, University of California, Berkeley
13. Rana el Kaliouby, CEO and cofounder, Affectiva
14. Li Fan, Head of Engineering, Lime
15. Judy Faulkner, CEO and Founder, Epic Systems
16. Kathryn Finney, Managing Director and founder, digitalundivided
17. Celeste Fralick, Chief Data Scientist, McAfee
18. Limor Fried, CEO and founder, Adafruit Industries
19. Jocelyn Goldfein, Managing Director, Zetta Ventures
20. Diane Greene, CEO, Google Cloud
21. Arquay Harris, Director of Engineering, Growth, Slack
22. Rachel Haurwitz, President and CEO, Caribou Biosciences
23. Alyssa Henry, Vice President and Head of Seller & Developer Business Units & Infrastructure Engineering, Square
24. Ayanna Howard, Director of the Human-Automation Systems Lab, Georgia Institute of Technology
25. Mary Lou Jepsen, CEO and founder, Openwater
26. Maria Klawe, President, Harvey Mudd College
27. Daphne Larose, Senior Software Engineer, Niantic
28. Fei-Fei Li, Director, Stanford Artificial Intelligence Lab
29. Holly Liu, Visiting Partner, Y Combinator
30. Komal Mangtani, Senior Director, Uber
31. Laura Mather, Cofounder, Silver Tail Systems
32. Bethanye McKinney Blount, CEO and cofounder, Compaas
33. Erie Meyer, Technology Advisor to to the Federal Trade Commissioner, Federal Trade Commission
34. Katie Moussouris, CEO an founder, Luta Security
35. Neha Narkhede, CTO and cofounder, Confluent
36. Jennifer Pahlka, CEO and founder, Code For America
37. Tal Rabin, Head of the Cryptography Research Group, Thomas J. Watson Research Center, IBM
38. Carol Reiley, Former President and cofounder,
39. Tammarrian Rogers, Director Of Engineering, Snap
40. Ginni Rometty, CEO, IBM
41. Mona Sedky, Federal Prosecutor, U.S. Department of Justice
42. Gwynne Shotwell, President and COO, SpaceX
43. Kamakshi Sivaramakrishnan, CEO and founder, Drawbrige
44. Lisa Su, President and CEO, AMD
45. Therese Tucker, CEO and Founder, BlackLine
46. Sherry Turkle, Professor of the Social Studies of Science and Technology, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
47. Niniane Wang, Vice President of Engineering, Niantic
48. Padmasree Warrior, CEO, NIO U.S.
49. Tracy Young, CEO and cofounder, PlanGrid
50. Michelle Zatlyn, COO and cofounder, Cloudflare

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