Top 5 Inspirational Women in Technology world
Women are the most wonderful creation of God. Ever since ages women stood as the glory of mankind. There are several women who influenced the world in many ways. They are the best inspiration, best managers and multitaskers as well.
People sometimes say that women are away from technology. But here is a list of most influential women in the present world, who are ruling out the technology industry and working hard to make the world a better place. They are changing the rules every day.
Facebook’s second-in-command, Sheryl Sandberg is one of the most influential women in business.
Joined Facebook in 2008 as it’s COO, she is credited with first establishing it as a profitable business. Before joining Facebook, Sheryl was Vice President of Global Online Sales and Operations at Google and was involved in launching Google’s philanthropic arm Google.org.
Sheryl has emerged as a leading voice for Gender equality. She is working for women empowerment. She published her opinions about Gender equality, in her book LeanIn: Women, work and will to lead. It is a book for professional women to help them achieve their career goals and for men who want to contribute to a more equitable society.
Joined Google in the year 1998,and has been the head of YouTube since 2014. She had pushed Google through innovation with her innovative and creative ideas.
She has been with Google ever since the beginning, and was their 16th employee. The company actually worked out of her garage for its first few months.
It was her decision of Google to purchase YouTube in 2006, and later she transformed it to be the 3rd most popular website in the world.
She is also the women behind Google’s search engine dominance. She marketed the Google search engine by partnering with universities and making them.to include a Google search bar in their website.
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These contributions, made her to be one of the best and innovative minds at Google.
Well most women settled in the IT industry, Gwynne Shotwell spends her time in shaping the future of extra-terrestrial transportation.
She is the President and COO of SpaceX, founded by Elon Musk, is a United States corporation providing Space transport services to both Government and commercial. Gwynne is responsible for day-to-day operations and managing customer relationships and company growth. She is playing a key role in the company’s growth and future.
Yellepeddi Padma Sree Warrior, was born and raised in the city of Vijayawada in the southern state of Andhra Pradesh, India.
In grad school at Cornell, Padmasree Warrior found herself waiting around for a friend at a career fair. To kill time, she filled out an application for a job at Motorola. The rest of her career has been far more intentional. She steadily climbed the Motorola ranks to CTO and made the leap to Cisco seven years ago. It’s her job to identify companies the tech giant should acquire and technologies it should invest in—she’s the reason Cisco was at the forefront of cloud computing.
Now she is the CEO of NextEV, US and board member of Box, Gap Inc, Microsoft, Joffre Ballet and Museum of Science and Industry.
One of Larry Ellison’s closest confidants, Safra Catz became co-CEO of his software giant Oracle in September 2014. A 16-year vet of the company, she’s been richly rewarded with stock options and is one of world’s highest-paid female executives, earning nearly $38 million in 2014. The Israeli-born, Boston-raised executive is credited with spearheading its aggressive acquisition strategy. She played a role in closing over 85 acquisitions over the past five years helping to cement Oracle’s dominant position in the world of enterprise technology.
There are several such women who are influencing the world in many ways. The list goes on without end. Comment about your opinions and inspiring women in the comments section below.