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Women who have used technology to make a difference

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on 12 December 2013

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Women who have made a difference in technology.
Marissa Mayer
Marissa Mayer is President and CEO of Yahoo!.
First female engineer at Google.
Worked on key products at Google, such as Gmail, Maps, and Google Images.
She held two vice-president roles at Google.
Fortune listed Mayer as the 8th most powerful woman in business in 2013. She has been on this list since 2008.
In 2013, she became the first women listed at number 1 in Fortune Magazine's, "Top 40 business stars under 40".
Sheryl Sandberg
Chief Operating Officer at Facebook
In 2012 was named in the Time 100 list of the 100 most influential people.
Sheryl is said to be worth $400 million as of August 2013.
Sandberg wrote a book released in March called "Lean In: Women, Work, and the Will to Lead".
Here is a TED talk from Sheryl in 2010.
Julie Larson-Green
Julie joined Microsoft in 1993 and has worked on Windows 7, Office XP, Office 2003, and Office 2007.
Now executive vice president of Microsoft with 1,400 people reporting to her.
In July of 2013 she was named the head of devices and studios engineering group which oversees the companies hardware, including Xbox and their tablets.

Virginia Rometty
Joined IBM in 1981, now the chairwomen and CEO of IBM.
Rometty helped push IBM toward Cloud computing and analytics businesses.
First female CEO of IBM.
Safra A. Catz
Catz is the Co-president of Oracle.
Safra is the highest paid women in business, making $51 million in 2011.
Catz joined Oracle in 1999 after working 10 years as a banker.
She helped Oracle purchase PeopleSoft.
Cites Used
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sheryl_Sandberg
http://www.womensagenda.com.au/career-agenda/builders/four-lessons-from-sheryl-sandberg/201312023290

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marissa_Mayer
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Julie_Larson-Green
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Virginia_Rometty
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Safra_Catz
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