2011's Most Influential Women in Technology

Fast Company has released its 2011 List of the Most Influential Women in Technology.

The list highlights 30 women in six categories. All of them bring unique brands of
thought to their industries.

The Entrepreneurs:

Limor Fried, Founder. Adafruit Industries
Prerna Gupta, CEO, Khush Inc.
Alexa Hirschfeld, Co-Founder, Paperless Post
Jennifer Hyman and Jennifer Fleiss, Co-Founders, Rent the Runway
Julia Kaganskiy, Editor, The Creators Project

The Gamers

Kellee Santiago, President, That Game Company
Jessica Kahn, Vice President of Engineering, Disney Mobile
Veronica Belmont, Host, Revision3
Heather Kelley, Founder, Perfect Plum
Erin Robinson, Independent Game Developer, Adventure Game Studio

The Brainiacs

Jennifer Aaker, General Atlantic Professor of Marketing, Stanford GSB
Rachel Sterne, CEO, Ground Report
Dr. Robin Murphy, Founder, Robot-Assistance Search & Rescue
Cynthia Breazeal, Founder, Personal Robots Groups MIT
Natalie Jeremijenko, NYU engineer & environmental scientist

The Advocates

Telle Whitney, President, Anita Borg Institute
Sona Mehring, Founder, CaringBridge
Katrin Verclas, Founder, MobileActive.org
Ory Okolloh, Policy Manger, Africa for Google
Alisa Miller, CEO, Public Radio International

The Media

Nichole Goodyear, CEO, Brickfish
Shira Lazar, Host, Partners Project
Chloe Sladden, Media Partner, Twitter TV
Heather Harde, CEO, Techcrunch
Rachelle Hruska, Founder, GuestofaGuest

The Executives

Carolyn Leighton, Founder, Women in Tech Intl
Leslie Bradshaw, Founder, Jess3
Cher Wang, CEO, HTC
Marissa Mayer, Vice President of Geo-Location Services, Google
Mary Meeker, Partner, Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers
Read the full list here.

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