Today is a day of lists it seems – lists of women in tech too! 10 Women Who Secretly Control the Internet @ The Mary Sue…
Yes, Virginia, there are women on the Internet. Maybe the percentage of women working in tech-related fields is still low, but that certainly doesn’t mean there aren’t already major female power players in charge of some of the most successful tech companies. Their achievements range from revolutionizing Wikipedia, hacking into everything, and — seriously — controlling the Internet. Here, in no particular order, are 10 of the most powerful women in technology that you might not have considered.
Suzanne Woolf (Root Server System Advisory Committee)
Sheryl Sandberg (COO, Facebook)
Carol Bartz (President, CEO, Yahoo!)
Cindy Cohn (Legal Director, General Counsel, Electronic Frontier Foundation)
Limor Fried (Adafruit)
Heather Harde (CEO, TechCrunch)
Gerri Martin-Flickinger (CIO, Adobe)
Natalie Massenet (Founder, Net-a-Porter)
Joanne Bradford (CRO, Demand Media)
Florence Devouard (Advisory Board, Wikimedia Foundation)
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