Women in Technology International Hall of Fame was established in 1996 by Women in Technology International (WITI) to honor women who contribute to the fields of science and technology. 
Women in Technology International Hall of Fame inductees [ edit ]
Ruth Leach Amonette (1916 – 2004 ),  IBM's first woman vice president (1943–1953)  Dr.
Eleanor K. Baum (1940–), American electrical engineer and educator. First female dean of ( Cooper Union) School of Engineering.  First female president of the  American Society for Engineering Education  Dr.
Jaleh Daie (1948–), Managing Partner, Aurora Equity, a Palo Alto-based investment company financing technology start ups. Treasurer of  US Space Foundation (first woman appointed to its Board of Directors). Member of Band of Angels Dr.
Barbara Grant, venture capitalist, former Vice President and General Manager in the Data Storage Division at IBM 
Stephanie L. Kwolek (1923–), inventor of poly-paraphenylene terephthalamide ( Kevlar) Dr.
Misha Mahowald (1963–1996), computational neuroscientist
Linda Sanford (1953–),  IBM Enterprise Transformation (see also Linda Sanford's Oral History Interview)  Dr.
Cheryl L. Shavers (1953–), Under Secretary for Technology, US Commerce Department (1999–2001)  Dr.
Sheila Widnall (1938–), American aerospace researcher and Institute Professor at Massachusetts Institute of Technology. United States Secretary of the Air Force (1993–1997) (first female Secretary of the Air Force). First woman to lead an entire branch of the  U.S. military in the Department of Defense Dr.
Chien-Shiung Wu (1912–1997), Chinese-American physicist who worked on Manhattan Project
Fran Allen (1932– ), American computer scientist and pioneer in the field of optimizing compilers (see also Frances Allen's Oral History Interview)
Carol Bartz (1948– ), former president and CEO of Yahoo!, former chairman, president and CEO at Autodesk The
ENIAC Programmers: The original six women programmers of ENIAC (Electronic Numerical Integrator And Computer), first general-purpose electronic digital computer  
Pamela Meyer Lopker, Founder, President and Chairman of the Board, QAD Inc., an Enterprise Resource Planning / manufacturing software company 
Marcia Neugebauer (1932–), American geophysicist whose research yielded first direct measurements of solar wind and shed light on its physics and interaction with comet
Donna Shirley (1941–), former manager of Mars Exploration at the NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory (see also Donna Shirley Oral History Interview at NASA Oral History Project: "Herstory", Donna Shirley Interviews, Mars Exploration Program)
Shaunna Sowell, former Vice President & Manager of Worldwide semiconductor Facilities, Texas Instruments 
Patty Stonesifer (1956–), former Co-Chair and Chief Executive Officer of  Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, current President and CEO of Martha's Table
Patricia Wallington, former Corporate Vice President and CIO, Xerox Corporation
Rosalyn S. Yalow (1921–2011), American medical physicist, and co-winner of 1977 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine (together with Roger Guillemin and Andrew Schally) for development of the radioimmunoassay (RIA) technique. She was the second American woman to be awarded the Nobel Prize Physiology or Medicine after Gerty Cori 
Yvonne Claeys Brill (1924–2013), Canadian scientist known for development of rocket and jet propulsion technologies at NASA and the International Maritime Satellite Organization.  (see also  National Science & Technology Medals Foundation video)
Sherita T. Ceasar, Vice President Product Engineering Planning and Strategy, Comcast Communications  Dr.
Thelma Estrin (1924–2014), computer scientist and engineer who pioneered work in expert systems and biomedical engineering. She was one of the first to apply computer technology to healthcare and medical research Dr.
Claudine Simson, former Executive Vice President, Chief Technology Officer, LSI Corporation; current Director & Business Development Executive, Research and IP, Worldwide Growth Markets, IBM Corporation
Yukako Uchinaga, Vice President, IBM's Yamato Software Development Laboratory (see also  Yukako Uchinaga's Oral History Interview)
Bonnie Dunbar (1949–), former NASA astronaut; former President and CEO of The Museum of Flight. Leads the University of Houston's STEM Center (science, technology, engineering and math) and joined the faculty of the Cullen College of Engineering. (see also  Q&A with Dr. Bonnie Dunbar, University of Houston Cullen College of Engineering) Dr.
Irene Greif, Founder of field of Computer-Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW).  IBM Fellow; Director, Collaborative User Experience research and IBM Center for Social Business.  Dr.
Darleane C. Hoffman (1926–), American nuclear chemist among researchers who confirmed existence of Seaborgium, element 106  Dr.
Jennie S. Hwang, first woman to receive Ph.D. from Case Western Reserve University's Materials Science and Engineering; expert in surface-mount technology  Dr.
Shirley Ann Jackson (1946–), President of Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. American physicist. First African-American to serve as Chairman of U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission, elected to U.S. National Academy of Engineering, and to receive Vannevar Bush Award. She is first African-American woman to lead a top-50 national research university 
Chieko Asakawa (1958–), IBM Fellow. Group Leader, IBM Tokyo Research Laboratory, Accessibility Research; developed IBM Home Page Reader, a self-voicing web browser designed for people who are blind (see also  Japanese Wikipedia entry)
Wanda Gass, Texas Instruments Fellow; Executive Director and Founder, High-Tech High Heels ("HTHH"), a donor-advised fund at Dallas Women's Foundation that funds programs to prepare girls to pursue degrees in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM)   (see also  Wanda Gass oral history) Dr.
Kristina M. Johnson (1957-), American former government official, academic, engineer, and business executive
Shirley C. McCarty, aerospace consultant 
Mary-Dell Chilton, Ph.D. (1939–), founder of modern plant biotechnology and genetic modification; known as the "queen of  Agrobacterium." 
Eileen Gail de Planque, Ph.D. (1944–2010), expert on environmental radiation measurements; first woman and first health physicist to become a Nuclear Regulatory Commission Commissioner; technical areas of expertise include  solid state dosimetry, radiation transport and shielding, environmental radiation, nuclear facilities monitoring and problems of reactor and personnel dosimetry  Dr.
Pat Selinger, IBM Fellow; American computer scientist best known for her work on relational database management systems (see also  Patricia Selinger oral history)
Judy Shaw, Director, CMOS Module Development at Texas Instruments  Dr.
Susan Solomon (1956–2010), atmospheric chemist; first to propose  chlorofluorocarbon free radical reaction mechanism as cause of Antarctic ozone hole 
Barbara Bauer, technology innovation, software development, global management 
Sonja Bernhardt OAM (1959–), Australian information technology executive; founder and Inaugural President of WiT (Women in Technology) in Queensland  
Sandra Burke Ph.D., cardiovascular physiologist, former pre-clinical cardiovascular researcher at Abbott Vascular's Research and Advanced Development; developed drug-coated stent intravascular stents for treatment of restenosis 
Melendy Lovett, senior vice president of Texas Instruments; President of Texas Instruments's worldwide Education Technology business;  STEM education and workforce advocate, High-Tech High Heels (HTHH) 
Amparo Moraleda Martínez (1964–), former COO Iberdrola International Division; former president for Southern Europe, IBM (see also Spanish language Wikipedia entry) 
Neerja Raman, global manufacturing and poverty. Senior Research Fellow, Stanford University; Advisor, Committee for Cyber-Infrastructure, National Science Foundation; formerly HP Labs 
Maria Azua, former IBM Vice President of Advanced Cloud Solutions, former IBM VP of Technology & Innovation; patent in Transcoder technology, Java implementation and enhancements, data manipulation  
Françoise Barré-Sinoussi (1947–) French virologist; Director of Regulation of Retroviral Infections Division (Unité de Régulation des Infections Rétrovirales) at Institut Pasteur. Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine (2008) for discovery of virus responsible for HIV  
Kim Jones, former President & Managing Director for Sun Microsystems UK & Ireland; former VP of Global Education, Government and Health Sciences, Sun Microsystems; Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer of Curriki 
Nor Rae Spohn, former SVP Hewlett-Packard LaserJet Printing Business   Dr.
Been-Jon Woo, Director, Technology Integration & Development, Intel 
Deborah Estrin (1959–), Ph.D., works in networked sensors. First academic faculty member announced for CornellNYC Tech; Founding Director, Center for Embedded Networked Sensing, Professor, UCLA    Dr.
Susan P. Fisher-Hoch (1940-), expert on infectious diseases; Professor of Epidemiology, The University of Texas Health Science Center School of Public Health  
Mary Lou Jepsen, Head of Display Division at Google X Lab; founder of Pixel Qi, a manufacturer of low-cost, low-power LCD screens for laptops; Co-Founder and first Chief Technology Officer One Laptop per Child (OLPC)  (see also  TED talk)
Gordana Vunjak-Novakovic, Serbian American professor of biomedical engineering, Columbia University; Director, Columbia's Laboratory for Stem Cells and Tissue Engineering. Areas of research: tissue engineering, bioreactors, biophysical regulation, tissue development,  stem cell research.  
Jian (Jane) Xu, Ph.D., CTO, IBM China Systems and Technology Labs; Distinguished Engineer of IBM Watson Research, focusing on the research of IT and Wireless Convergence  
Patricia S. Cowings (1948–), first African-American female scientist to be trained as an astronaut payload specialist; Research Psychologist, Human Systems Integrations Division, NASA Ames Research Center    
Maxine Fassberg, Vice President, Technology and Manufacturing Group, Fab 28 Plant Manager; General Manager, Intel Israel   
Dr. Sharon Nunes, VP, IBM's Smarter Cities Strategy & Solutions, which focuses on improving quality of life at urban centers worldwide by partnering with city governments to improve transportation, waste management and energy use    Dr.
Carolyn Turbyfill, VP Engineering, Stacksafe  
Sandy Carter, IBM's worldwide VP, Social Business Evangelism and Sales, IBM’s Social Business initiative    Dr.
Ruth A. David, President and CEO, ANSER (Analytic Services Inc); Member,  Homeland Security Advisory Council; former Deputy Director for Science and Technology,  CIA.
Adele Goldberg (1945–), computer scientist; participated in developing programming language Smalltalk-80 and various concepts related to object-oriented programming while a researcher at Xerox Palo Alto Research Center (PARC), in the 1970s, then founding Chairman, ParcPlace Systems, Inc.
Susie Wee, CTO, Cisco Systems; former CTO, Client Cloud Services,  HP Labs. Focus on streaming media; co-edited JPSEC standard for  JPEG-2000 image security  (see also  TED TEDxBayArea Women talk) Dr.
Ruth Westheimer (1928–),American sex therapist, media personality, and author best known as Dr. Ruth 
Alicia Abella, Ph.D., Executive Director, Innovative Services Research, AT&T Labs; Member, President's Advisory Commission on Educational Excellence for Hispanics    
Evelyn Berezin (1925–), American computer engineer best known for designing one of the first word processors. She also helped design some of the first computer reservations systems, computer data systems for banks.; Management Consultant,  Brookhaven Science Associates (BSA) (BSA manages Brookhaven National Laboratory for Department of Energy's Office of Science)
Diane Pozefsky, Ph.D., Research Professor, Department of Computer Science, University of North Carolina; specialized in  networking technologies at IBM (see also  IBM Diane Pozefsky oral history)
Sophie V. Vandebroek, Ph.D., CTO and President, Xerox Innovation Group, Xerox Corporation    
Lynda Weinman (1955–), Co-Founder and Executive Chair, Lynda.com, an online software training web site      
Genevieve Bell, Ph.D., Australian anthropologist and researcher.  Intel Fellow; Director, User Interaction and Experience, Intel Labs, Intel Corporation  
Joanne Martin, Ph.D. (1947–). Served on management team that developed and delivered IBM's first supercomputer, with specific responsibility for the performance measurement and analysis of the system.  Distinguished Engineer and VP of Technology,  IBM Corporation
Jane Lubchenco (1947-), Ph.D. Ukrainian-American environmental scientist and marine ecologist. First woman Administrator of  National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA).    (see also  Charlie Rose interview). Haas Distinguished Visitor, Stanford University 
Gwynne Shotwell (1963-), President, SpaceX   (see also  Shotwell: The Future of Space talk at Northwestern) 
Orna Berry (1949-), Corporate Vice President, Growth and Innovation, EMC Centers of Excellence EMEA, EMC Corporation
Jennifer Pahlka (1969-), Founder and Executive Director, Code for America
Kim Polese (1961-), Chair, ClearStreet
Kris Rinne, Senior Vice President, Network & Product Planning, AT&T Services, Inc.
Lauren States, Vice President, Strategy and Transformation, IBM Software Group
Cheemin Bo-Linn, President & CEO, Peritus Partners
Nichelle Nichols (1932-), American actor
Pam Parisian, Chief Information Officer, AT&T
Sheryl Root, President and CEO, RootAnalysis Marie Wieck, General Manager, Middleware, IBM
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