Time’s Ten Most Influential Women in Technology
Marissa Mayer was chosen as the top most influential woman in technology by Time magazine. Previously the vice president of consumer product in Google, now appointed as the CEO of Yahoo. Check out the source link to see the rest of the list.
There remain distressingly few women among Silicon Valley engineers, start-up entrepreneurs, venture capitalists and computer science and engineering majors, for reasons including the technology industry’s girl-repelling image problem, the tiny number of powerful women role models and the insular Silicon Valley deal-making boys’ club.