List of Women in Technology International Hall of Fame inductees

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The WITI Hall of Fame was established in 1996 by Women in Technology International (WITI) to recognize, honor, and promote the outstanding contributions women make to the scientific and technological communities that improve and evolve our society.[1]

Women in Technology International Hall of Fame inductees[edit]

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