More and more women break into the tech industry. The proportion of women working in large tech companies increases year after a year. Online magazines like Forbes regularly publish articles about inspirational and influential female leaders in tech who set the bar because these women are not only outstanding in their field but also educate, inspire, and connect women in technology.
When I started this blog post, I wanted to list the most influential and inspirational women working in tech, however, as I dived deeper, I realized there are so many women in the world that contribute actively to the tech community through blog posts, vlogs, and podcasts, and support women and underrepresented groups that I ended up with 100 Women in Tech you need to follow and learn from.
The women listed in this blog post come from all around the world and from different backgrounds. They are from Nigeria, and the UK, from the US, Malaysia, Arabia, Pakistan, Germany, Jamaica, New Zealand, Australia, Canada, Estonia, the Philipines, Sweden, Finland, Kenya, India, Libya, and Ukraine. Some started in tech, and others transitioned. But what connects them all is their drive and energy to provide valuable insights into the tech world for other women that are interested in tech.
If you want to get into the tech industry, or looking for insights, then I highly recommend reading on because these 100 women in this post change the tech industry for the better.
1. Adaora Nwodo
Adora Nwodo is a multi-award-winning Software Engineer. Adora is a Digital Creator and the COO of Lend a Land of Hope Initiative, an NGO focused on empowering people in rural communities through education and skill acquisition. She has courses online that teach people about Infrastructure automation, also published multiple articles on Software Engineering, Productivity & Career Growth on her blog, and wrote Cloud Engineering for Beginners.
2. Ale Thomas
Ale Thomas is an Industrial and Systems Engineer with over four years of professional experience in programming, continuous improvement, market analysis, and production planning. She is passionate about learning and sharing with the community. She's enjoyed exploring and learning new things for as long as she can remember, as she's not only a self-taught software engineer but also fluent in foreign languages and enjoys constantly educating herself and others.
3. Allie K. Miller
Allie Miller is a top artificial intelligence leader, advisor, and investor. Allie was the youngest-ever woman to build an artificial intelligence product at IBM—spearheading product development across computer vision, conversation, data, and regulation for thousands of companies. Allie is changing the game of AI and has spoken about AI around the world, advises on global AI public policy, and created eight guidebooks to educate businesses on how to build successful AI projects.
4. Angie Jones
Angie Jones is a globally recognized Developer Relations executive and international keynote speaker who teaches workshops and gives conference talks on software development and decentralized technologies. She is committed to mentoring young women and exposing them to technology. She runs an online community, Diva Chix, where teenage girls and women learn to excel in technological areas as well as learn other key life lessons.
5. Anja Bender
Anja Bender is a Software Engineer. She worked as a lawyer until she discovered her love for coding. What she loves most about being a Software Engineer is being challenged by complex tasks every day while being a lifelong learner. She likes sharing her coding knowledge on her Youtube channel and her blog.
6. Anna Domascan
Anna Domascan is passionately committed to the topic of Women & Tech. As WTM Ambassador of the Women Techmakers Frankfurt & Rhein-Main as well as co-organizer of TEDxGallusWomen and WebMontag Frankfurt she is fighting for a future in which the tech world is naturally and effortlessly diverse. She wants to encourage women to deepen their knowledge, broaden their horizons, and present themselves confidently in the tech industry.
7. Anne-Marie Charrett
Two core aspirations drive what Anne-Marie Charrett does. Firstly, the desire to create spaces where great people can do great work. Secondly, to continuously learn and grow as an individual. She is passionate about growth in all its forms. She is the author of the Quality Coach Book, an online BAAS (Book as a Service) where she pens content on how to be a quality coach, quality considerations and how organisations need to adapt to include the role.
8. Dr Anne-Marie Imafidon
Anne-Marie Imafidon was awarded an MBE in 2017 for her work as a renowned champion and inspiration for women looking to find a role in the world of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM). She delivers keynotes at leading companies and conferences all over the world, was voted the most influential woman in tech in the UK in 2020, and hosts the hugely popular Women Tech Charge Podcast for the Evening Standard.
9. Anna Jean McDougall
On top of her love for programming and engineering, Anna Jean McDougall loves being actively engaged in the tech community on Twitter, YouTube, LinkedIn, and Instagram. She regularly speaks at conferences on topics of tech careers, team building, and front-end testing. Getting more historically excluded individuals into tech is one of her life goals, and she has so far helped dozens of people find their first tech jobs. She is the author of the book You Belong in Tech.
10. Anshita Bhasin
Anshita Bhasin is a Senior QA Automation Engineer with over 9 years of experience in the software industry. Throughout her career, she has gained expertise in a variety of tools and technologies. In addition to her technical expertise, she is also passionate about sharing her insights and experiences with others in the form of blogs and workshops to help guide those just starting out in their careers or seeking advice on their professional paths.
11. Ashley Graf
Ashley Graf is a test analyst, an aspiring contemporary exploratory software tester, a risk management enthusiast and a trade-off connoisseur. She brings all her relevant experience from previous careers to each role. She has a personal interest in testability due to a condition that can cause chronic fatigue. As a former marketer, she enjoys making abstract testing concepts understandable for everyone.
12. Arit Developer
Arit is a kickass Software Engineer! She's proficient in building, testing and maintaining heavily-trafficked, user-facing features. She's a highly-collaborative engineer. She is also an able project and/or team leader, who communicates and moves with empathy, emotional intelligence, and focus. She thrives best in async-first, remote-first work environments, in companies that serve small-business, online communities or creators.
13. Augustina Okonkwo
Augustina Okonkwo is a results-driven data analyst with over 3 years of professional experience in the retail and energy sector. She is an enthusiastic and motivated learner in all things data related and passionate about problem-solving as well as storytelling with data. She has hands-on expertise in data visualization with Power BI, effective data mining and reporting. She has worked on several projects using Python as well as Power BI.
14. Beth Marshall
Beth Marshall is a passionate and dedicated QA professional, with 15 years of experience as a Test Manager, Lead and Analyst, using critically applied automation, and exploratory and traditional testing techniques. She is an active and proud member of the software testing community, recently named by Angie Jones in TechBeacon as one of the "top 10 inspiring women in test to follow".
15. Brittany City
Brittany City is a clinical researcher turned data analyst/scientist who is passionate about translating data into actionable insights and sharing her tech journey with others. She helps newbies gain tech skills to land their first tech role. She also teaches data analytics to boot camp students and is passionate about helping others transition to tech.
16. Brittany Stewart
Brittany Stewart is a Senior QA Consultant with over 5 years of experience in software testing. She has successfully led and participated in testing projects that span multiple industries. She helps organizations improve and execute test strategies for both web and mobile applications. She is the founder of Agile Creations Ja, a design studio that specializes in Interior Design, 2D&3D Interior Visualizations, and Brand Identity Design for business owners.
17. Camila Ramos
Camilla Ramos is a founder and engineer passionate about education as a tool for building a more equitable future for all. Being a woman, an immigrant, a Latina, and from a low-income background being in tech is an act of social justice in and of itself. Camilla founded STEMTank, a non-profit whose mission is to increase the number of Black and brown technologists and engineers.
18. Camille Eddy
Camille Eddy is a Product Engineer and International Public Speaker with 8 years of product experience and 2.5 years on consumer-facing products. Camille enjoys playing a part in design, prototyping, wireframing, UI/UX and user research. She coaches women building online platforms, helping them make a profitable business working on their passion.
19. Carson Hunter
Carson Hunter is a software developer with a social science background. She's currently doing backend development, data quality/management, and marketing work on projects like Rich Data Services, the Continuous Capture of Metadata Project, and various others. One of the highlights of her work has been getting to do some work with the team at Postman -- putting together collections of APIs that have been featured in their API Resource Centers.
20. Cassandra H. Leung
Cassandra H. Leung is a quality coach, software tester and UX enthusiast, with a past life in IT recruitment, sales and banking. She's very passionate about all things testing and software products and has also performed the roles of product owner and business analyst. Her blog is a way to reflect on her own thoughts, share them with others, and learn from those who are kind enough to comment and share their own experiences with her.
21. Cassidy Williams
Cassidy Williams is a software engineer, dev advocate, startup advisor, and investor! Cassidy was featured in Glamour magazine as one of the 35 Women Under 35 Who Are Changing the Tech Industry, and she starred in the documentary Big Dream, which focuses on women who are breaking barriers and overcoming personal challenges to follow their passion in science, math, computing & engineering.
22. Cindy Sridharan
Cindy Sridharan is an engineer and she works on infrastructure and API development. She likes thinking about systems programming, infrastructure and building resilient and maintainable services. She's the author of a book on Distributed Systems Observability (2018) and an upcoming book on distributed systems in the cloud (2022). She maintains a blog where she writes about building and maintaining reliable systems.
23. Chinonso Okonkwo
Chinonso Okonkwo is a Data Analyst. She is most excited about opportunities where she's able to leverage Big Data to discover insights and identify patterns that have real human impact. Also, she is a huge advocate of education and enthusiastic about teaching. She believes everyone should have access to good and quality education, especially girls.
24. Chisom C. Nwokwu
Chisom Nwokwu is a Software Engineer and spends her time helping job seekers land roles at top tech companies through speaking engagements and podcasts. As someone who is passionate about helping others, she recently released a book titled A Techie's Guide into Big Tech Companies which acts as a complete roadmap for landing roles at international tech companies. She also has her social media accounts dedicated to posting job alerts and helping others land their dream jobs.
25. Crystal Preston-Watson
Crystal Preston-Watson is a senior digital accessibility analyst who is dedicated to making innovative, dynamic, and accessible applications for everyone, including people who live with disabilities. Crystal prides herself in bringing a passion for quality, creativity, and the openness of technology into every opportunity she takes on.
26. Deena McKay
Deena McKay is a creative technologist with 5+ years of professional experience in Functional Delivery roles (Scrum Master, Product Management, & Program Management). Additionally, she is the Host of Black Tech Unplugged, a podcast that highlights Blacks who are working and innovating in the tech industry. The podcast is meant for anyone and everyone to listen to as a means to learn, empower, and engage.
27. Edidiong Asikpo
Edidiong Asikpo is a Senior Developer Advocate. She is passionate about sharing her knowledge of DevOps through technical articles, videos, and social media. Edidiong has given over 100+ talks at tech events worldwide and continues to play a significant role in building developer communities in Africa. She is a Certified Kubernetes Application Developer and Open Source contributor.
28. Emma Bostian
Emma Bostian is a Software Engineer, lecturer, podcast host, and author. She is an instructor at Frontend Masters and Egghead.io, co-host of the Ladybug Podcast, and panellist on JSParty. She wrote a book called De-coding the Technical Interview.
29. Emna Ayadi
Emna Ayadi is a passionate software tester and a detail-oriented person who loves to analyze root causes, test and collaborate with diverse people and investigate issues. Holding seven years of experience on international projects in different business domains combined between functional, technical, quality coaching and management. She is an active blogger and book contributor. She also organizes regular testing meetups within the Sfax or Lille Ministry of Testing community.
30. Erica Stanley
Erica Stanley is an entrepreneur, technologist and community organizer with over 20 years of experience. She's passionately working towards gender and multicultural inclusion in tech, via education and exposure to opportunities. She founded the Atlanta network of Women Who Code, where she currently leads new developer workshops and organizes monthly tech talks, hack nights and networking events for women technologists.
31. Erica Joy Baker
Erica Joy Baker is an engineer known for her outspoken support of diversity and inclusion. She has worked at companies including GitHub, Google, Slack, Patreon, and Microsoft. After creating the spreadsheet on Google's salary data and then leaving Google, Baker has been an advocate for diversity and inclusion on her blog and in other public fora. Erica likes to slay big problems and puzzles. Her tools of choice are logic, data, curiosity, and code.
32. Erika Chestnut
With over 20 years of experience in the tech industry, Erika Chestnut has learned to lead with grace, patience and a little bit of snarky humour. She started her career as an application developer. She is an empathetic servant leader whose mission is to help people lead from a more compassionate space to build teams that are engaged, empowered and excited.
33. Erin Crise
Erin Crise is a user advocate at heart - empathy, visualization, the anticipation of behaviour and communication are some of her key strengths. She also helps organizations adopt and implement inclusive design, development, and testing practices by creating and spreading awareness of universal usability barriers. She champions accessibility and continuously contributes resource materials to ever-growing online testing communities.
34. Esther Derby
Esther Derby is a Coach, Advisor, Writer, and Speaker. Esther draws on four decades of experience leading, observing, and living through organizational change. Her approach blends attention to humans and deep knowledge of complex adaptive systems. She teaches workshops both online and in-person around the world and is the author of Agile Retrospectives and 7 Rules for Positive Productive Change: Micro Shifts, Macro Results.
35. Faiza Yousuf
Faiza Yousuf is a software engineer with 13 years of experience building products and teams. She is a serial founder focusing on women’s financial inclusion initiatives and improving gender parity in tech. Faiza is a multi-award-winning community leader and the founder of WomenInTechPK, the biggest tech community for women technologists in Pakistan. She co-founded CaterpillHERs, Pakistan's first career acceleration program for women.
36. Gayatri Mohan
Gayatri Mohan is a Principal Quality Analyst. She nurtured tech communities, organized technical events and developed thought leadership across technical themes. She is the author of O'Reilly's Full Stack Testing: A Practical Guide for Delivering High-Quality Software and co-author of the e-book Perspectives of Agile Software Testing and several other articles such as "The IoT Testing Atlas", "The Quality Advisor", "First Principles in Testing", and much more.
37. Georgia Bloyce
Georgia Bloyce is a Software Engineering Manager. She got into testing in 2016, and after working on a variety of different products and projects, she settled into her current role as a Test Coach in mid-2020. The focus of this is supporting and managing test specialists throughout her organisation and driving strategic improvements to testing practices across the teams.
38. Heather Reid
Heather Reid is a Test Engineer on a mobile app team. She previously worked for the Ministry of Testing as the CommunityBoss for five years. She worked in the pharmaceutical/diagnostic industry from 2013 to 2017 when she moved to Fintech. Previously, she was a Mathematical Planner, where she researched and developed curve-fitting software and image-processing algorithms for diagnostic devices.
39. Ibironke Yekinni
Ibironke Yekinni is a software quality assurance and testing expert, who has leveraged her experience to start Testify, an academy for prospective software testers that has trained hundreds of people from non-IT backgrounds to become software testers. In 2021, she made Forbes’ list of ‘The Future is Female PR Mentorship Program'. She is also one of the WomenTechMaker Ambassadors.
40. Ire Aderinokun
41. Janet Gregory
Janet Gregory is the co-founder of the Agile Testing Fellowship. She has more than twenty years of experience in software development. Over fourteen of those were spent helping teams transition to an agile software development environment, specializing in helping testers and businesses understand their role as part of the 'whole team approach'. She is the co-author of Agile Testing, More Agile Testing and Agile Testing Condensed.
42. Jency Stella
Jency Stella is a software tester by profession. She has been investigating the line between Software and Testing for the past 9 years. She is currently working as Lead QA Engineer in the role of a passionate API Tester at a fast-growing Tech company. She loves to spend her time investigating the APIs and exploring the concepts and interesting facts in and around Software Testing. Her blog is a space all about a Tester's Tech Work-Life sharing.
43. Jennifer Kim
Jennifer Kim is the founder/CEO of Workflow. Her mission is to make meaningful work possible for more people via education and entrepreneurship. She is working at the intersection of inclusion, mission-driven companies and meaningful work. Nothing quite energizes her like conversations with founders and leaders who are determined to get the culture right.
44. Jennifer Opal
Jennifer Opal is a DevOps Engineer and Technical blogger. In addition to her technical expertise, she is also a Neurodiversity & Inclusion Advocate & Keynote Speaker. In 2020, she was the winner of the 'Tech Women 100 Awards' and the 'Rising Star Award' at the Black Tech Achievements Awards. She is the founder of 'The Opal Blog', a platform that touches on neurodiversity, inclusion & tech, with the goal of educating readers about these topics.
45. Jessie Frazelle
Jess Frazelle is a Software Engineer and also the co-founder and Chief Executive Officer at KittyCAD. Jess Frazelle has served as a Maintainer of Docker, Contributor to Runc and Golang as well as other projects. Jess Frazelle is working on making containers more secure. She loves all things involving Linux namespaces and cgroups and is typecasted as the person who runs everything in containers.
46. Jess Ingrassellino
Jess Ingrassellino, EdD, is a leader in the software and education industries and founded her own education company Anleiten. While her background is teaching and education (EdD, 2015, Columbia University, Music Education/Assessment), Jess has pivoted into a career in technology, working as an engineering manager and focusing on community, collaboration, and improvisational practices for enriching professional life.
47. Jessica Kerr
Jessitron is a symmathecist in the medium of code. She works at Honeycomb in developer relations. She writes about software and system on her blog. She teaches workshops on Systems Thinking and makes courses on Graceful.dev. She is into resilience engineering, domain-driven design, and of course DevOps – all the systems-thinky things.
48. Johanna Rothman
People know Johanna Rothman as the “Pragmatic Manager.” She offers frank advice for tough problems. She helps leaders and teams learn to see the simple and reasonable things that might work. Equipped with that knowledge, they can decide how to adapt their product development. She is the author of many books such as Practical Ways to Manage Yourself, Practical Ways to Lead & Serve (Manage) Others, and Practical Ways to Lead an Innovative Organization.
49. Johanna South
Johanna South has been actively testing or evangelizing software testing concepts for over a decade. She has worked in various roles throughout the Software Development Lifecycle, including manual and automation testing, systems analyst, and leading full-stack software development teams. Her passion for both encouraging everyone to understand the value of quality, and learning new techniques to be a successful tester, have led her to author a blog.
50. Dr Joy Buolamwini
Joy Buolamwini is a computer scientist and digital activist based at the MIT Media Lab. As founder of the Algorithmic Justice League, she identifies bias in artificial intelligence and develops practices for accountability. Buolamwini's TED Talk on algorithmic bias has been viewed over one million times. Her New York Times op-ed on the dangers of facial analysis technology galvanized lawmakers to investigate the risks posed by this technology.
51. Kanika Tolver
Kanika Tolver is the CEO and author of Career Rehab. Kanika is an extremely motivated Certified ScrumMaster, Certified AWS Solutions Architect and ServiceNow Project Manager with agile software development, cloud computing and cybersecurity experience. Well-versed in gathering business requirements, performing security reviews, and deploying cloud applications. Prepares project timelines, design architectures, and release management plans.
52. Katie Moussouris
Katie Moussouris is the founder and CEO of a bootstrapped & profitable security company. She is also a computer hacker with more than 20 years of professional cybersecurity experience and an advisor for several governments and large organizations around the world. In 2018, Katie was featured in two Forbes lists: The World's Top 50 Women in Tech and America's Top 50 Women in Tech.
53. Katrina Clokie
Katrina Clokie works as Chief Technology Officer. Katrina was a leader in the international testing community as the author of A Practical Guide to Testing in DevOps, an international keynote speaker, a co-founder of the WeTest New Zealand testing community that is now known as the Ministry of Testing NZ, the founder of Testing Trapeze magazine, blogger and tweeter.
54. Katrina Owen
Katrina Owen is a programmer, polyglot developer, Ruby Hero award winner, and co-author of 99 Bottles of OOP. She is also famous for creating and mentoring Exercism, a programming exercise platform with thousands of contributors that is geared to helping programmers at all levels improve their programming skills through practice and mentorship.
55. Kelly Kenyon
Kelly Kenyon is a Software Tester and Associate Trainer at The Coders Guild, a training provider that inspires and accelerates new possibilities for the industry’s future innovators from society’s most underrepresented groups. She is an eager and passionate individual keen to develop their knowledge of software testing, including improving her technical and theoretical skills further.
56. Kelly Shortridge
Kelly Shortridge is currently a Senior Principal Product Technologist. She has a track record as a successful product leader as well as a startup founder and advisor in enterprise technology. She co-authored the book on Security Chaos Engineering and is known for applying behavioural economics, resilience, and DevOps principles to information security.
57. Kristel Kruustük
With a passion for software testing and entrepreneurship, Kristel Kruustük is driven to empower others to make a positive impact in the world. She worked as a tester and is the Founder and Board Director of Testlio. She is also a committed investor in companies with female founders, with 6 investments to date and believes in the power of female leadership and the importance of increasing representation and diversity in the startup ecosystem.
58. Kristine Casas
Kristine Casas is an Agile Scrum team player who has held various roles within the Scrum team – including being the Product Owner (PO), Proxy PO, Systems Analyst/Business Analyst, and Test Lead. The majority of the projects handled were for the development and maintenance of mobile and web applications.
59. Kristin Jackvony
Kristin Jackvony is a Quality Assurance manager and tester, specializing in both improving legacy. She is highly skilled in organizing systems and processes to support all areas of testing and is proficient in automated testing. She is the author of The Complete Software Tester: Concepts, Skills and Strategies for High-Quality Testing.
60. Lavanya Mohan
Lavanya Mohan is a passionate Software Engineer with experience in Software Testing and Software Development. She cares deeply about the quality of products. She understands and believes in practices like Iterative Development, Continuous Delivery, Test Automation, Exploratory Testing, etc. She also enjoys earning new skills and sharing the knowledge that she has.
61. Laveena Ramchandani
Laveena Ramchandani is an experienced Quality Engineering Manager with a comprehensive understanding of tools available for software testing and analysis. She aims to provide valuable insights that have high technical aptitude and hopes to inspire others in the world through her work. Laveena holds a degree in Business Computing from the Queen Mary University of London and regularly speaks at events on data science models and other topics.
62. Layla Massey
63. Lena Pejgan Wiberg
Lena Pejgan Wiberg has have been building software since 1999. After a decade of coding, she found her heart in testing. Today she focuses on building organisations and growing people rather than the software itself. She is the author and creator of Would Heu-risk it? (card deck and book), an avid blogger, speaker and workshop facilitator.
64. Lina Zubyte
With an experience of more than 9 years in the industry, Lina Zubyte started her journey as a research assistant, making her way to Head of Quality. She is highly enthusiastic and positive about the impact that Quality Assurance could create on the technologies of the future. And therefore, she has a keen knowledge of all the crucial and fundamental aspects of changing the QA landscape.
65. Lisa Crispin
Lisa Crispin is the co-author, with Janet Gregory, of Agile Testing Condensed, More Agile Testing, and Agile Testing. Lisa was voted by her peers as the Most Influential Agile Testing Professional Person at Agile Testing Days in 2012. With Janet Gregory, Lisa co-founded the Agile Testing Fellowship. She is passionate about the holistic approach to testing and is a constant source of support and mentorship for others in the testing community.
66. Lisi Hocke
Lisi found tech as her place to be in 2009 and grew as a specialized generalist ever since. She's passionate about the whole-team approach to holistic testing and quality and enjoys experimenting and learning continuously. Building great products which deliver value together with great people motivates her and lets her thrive. Having received a lot from communities, she's paying it forward by sharing her stories and learning in public.
67. Louise Harney
Louise Harney is a recent career changer who started her journey as a Junior QA Engineer in 2021. She is now on a journey to start a new career in software testing. She has been a part of project teams in a variety of roles from Project Support to Project Manager and Scrum Master. Throughout that time she has realised she doesn't want to lead, facilitate or govern. She wants to be a doer, and know her contribution to the end product. She shares her progress on her blog.
68. Louise Gibbs
Louise Gibbs is a Senior Automation Tester. She really enjoys talking about Software Testing. Everyone’s experiences are different, which means that everyone will have different opinions. She wants to hear other people's stories on software testing as she believes this is the best way to learn and develop new ideas. Most importantly, she wants her own theories to be challenged as this also helps develop her own opinions further.
69. Maaike Brinkhof
Maaike Brinkhof is a Mobile Tester / Developer. After working as a consultant for 10 years, she's learned iOS development and is creating an app, called Wandelier, that will have all official walking routes in The Netherlands with GPS coordinates included. She loves testing because there are so many ways to add value to a team, After reading “Thinking, Fast and Slow” by Daniel Kahneman she developed a particular interest in the role of psychology in software development.
70. Maaret Pyhäjärvi
- Maaret Pyhäjärv identifies as an empirical technologist, a tester and a programmer, a catalyst for improvement and a speaker. She teaches exploratory testing and makes a point of adding new, relevant feedback for test-automation-heavy projects through skilled exploratory testing. She is the author of the Ensemble Programming Guidebook, Exploratory Testing and Strong-Style Pair Programming.
71. Mandy Moore
Mandy Moore is an audio engineer and expert for several programming-related podcasts. Additionally, she has done operations management for several tech companies over the past 10 years. She is also an advocate of getting women and children interested in technology and entrepreneurship.
72. Marie Cruz
Marie Cruz is a Software Tester focusing on test automation, leadership and mentoring team members with the goal that quality is everyone's responsibility. Currently, she is a Developer Advocate. She is also a tech blogger, an online course instructor and an accessibility advocate.
73. Melissa Perri
Melissa Perri is a Product Manager, UX Designer, and speaker. As the CEO of ProdUX Labs, Melissa does strategy and training for product management and UX teams globally. As a practitioner and a coach, Melissa enjoys finding the best processes for her clients while tackling their toughest product problems. She teaches classes on Product Management worldwide.
74. Monica Powell
Monica Powell is a Full Stack Software Engineer who is passionate about making contributing to open-source more approachable, creating technology to elevate people, and building community. You can find her building educational technology as a Senior Software Engineer, teaching web development, contributing to open-source projects and tending to React Robins, a community she founded for women and non-binary React developers.
75. Mukta Sharma
Mukta Sharma is an enthusiastic, authentic, ambitious and self-motivated QA(Quality Analyst) professional with diverse testing experience who loves to share her knowledge and real-time experience (with QA Community) & to learn from others. She has expertise in functional, web automation, Mobile testing, and API testing and is an avid technical blogger, mentor, speaker, and Inspirer QA.
76. Natalia Venditto
Natalia Venditto is currently working in the role of Principal Program Manager. She has ample industry work experience as a Frontend Engineer, Frontend Architect, Software Architect and Solutions Architect for enterprise global leading brands solutions, as well as her recent experience with MongoDB. She is a public speaker, keynote speaker, and mentor focused on D&I.
77. Nicola Lindgren
Nicola Lindgren is a Senior QA Engineer/ QA Manager. She is an international conference speaker, frequent blogger and avid learner of all things testing, agile and leadership. Nicola started two testing meetups (one in Auckland, New Zealand and one in Stockholm, Sweden), has taught software testing courses and run workshops, and coached and mentored multiple testers. She is also the author of Starting Your Software Testing Career and co-authored How Can I Test This?
78. Nicole (Mendoza) van der Hoeven
Nicole (Mendoza) van der Hoeven has ten years of experience in software testing, both functional and nonfunctional. She speaks Filipino, English, Spanish, Dutch, and Esperanto. She can usually be found learning a new language, building beginner Android apps, working on her dystopian novel, and filming travel vlogs to put on YouTube.
79. Nikema Prophet
Nikema Prophet is a software developer, developer advocate, and community builder. Her current projects are a book to be released in 2022 and hosting conversations on Twitter that highlight Black and neurodivergent perspectives on the tech industry.
80. Niranjani Manoharan
Niranjani Manoharan is a Software Engineering Leader with 13+ years of experience in heading software engineering surrounding test and developer productivity for industry pioneers like Lyft, eBay, and Twitter. She is also a motivational, influential trailblazer and collaborator. In her blog, Niranjani shares her thoughts about software testing, DevOps and any new learnings!
81. Noemi Ferrera
Noemi Ferrera is a software engineer passionate about technology and testing. She has been in and out of testing roles and has always strived for quality, automation and tooling creation to ease the entire development process. She has worked in multinational companies (such as IBM, Microsoft and Dell) and also in a startup in Ireland. She lived for two years in China working for the giant Netease games.
82. Pariss Chandler
Pariss Chandler, also known as Pariss Athena, is a front-end developer who created the hashtag and movement #BlackTechTwitter. #BlackTechTwitter is a movement bringing awareness and exposure to the Black community in the tech industry. She is also the Founder of Black Tech Pipeline, a service-based platform connecting opportunity extenders with technologists in her community, and consulting services on improving diversity and inclusion in the workplace.
83. Parveen Khan
Parveen is a Senior QA consultant. Being a quality advocate she believes delivering high-quality products is everyone's responsibility. She is also an international speaker sharing her stories and experiences in testing to inspire other people around the globe. You can read her stories on her blog.
84. Pooja Shah
Pooja Shah is an automation nerd and open source Enthusiast. She loves to experiment and figure out ways to improve the quality of the product. She is driven by curiosity to learn & share new skills. She loves helping with strategies and facilitating testing, working with teams to incorporate those strategies into the development phase and bridging the gap between engineering and QA.
85. Pratim Bhosale
Pratim Bhosale is currently working as a Developer Advocate. She is a well-versed public speaker with experience in product pitching and community building. She enjoys creating technical content and hosting podcasts. She has won multiple innovation and engineering awards. In her leisure time, she helps students polish their soft skills.
86. Pricilla Bilavendran
Pricilla Bilavendran is a passionate Test Engineer with a decade of experience in Quality Assurance. She has experience in different flavours of Testing. She is a Postman Supernova and speaks at various events regarding APIs and Postman. She is passionate about Cloud computing and is an “AWS Community Builder”. Also, she is the global ambassador of the WomenTech Network and helps many women through her mentoring sessions.
87. Princiya Marina Sequeira
Princiya Sequeira works as an Engineering Manager. She contributes to open-source. She has been speaking at international conferences since 2015 on web frontend-related topics. She also maintains a blog where she blogs about her journey into an engineering leadership role and solving technical problems. She has spent her time with the Women Who Code community as a Leadership Fellow on the WWCcode frontend technical track.
88. Dr Rochelle Carr
Dr Rochelle Carr is a dynamic leadership and development consultant who has expertise as a business leader, coach, presenter, and all-around motivator. She is also a TEDx speaker, author, teacher and trainer She is the CEO of Path Forward Empowerment. She also believes that everyone has the ability to take charge and be the leader of their own story.
89. Roselyne Makena
Roselyne Makena is a software QA engineer, software developer and content creator, artist, and small business owner. She strives to make maximum valuable technological contributions through the use of innovative, managerial and professional skills whilst maintaining integrity, positivity, creativity and eagerness to contribute to your organization's goals and aims. She writes on different tech topics.
90. Ruby (Sattar) Romeu
Ruby Sattar is a Senior Developer Advocate. She is a former elementary school teacher who grounded her pedagogy in social-emotional development. She shifted careers after diving into a coding boot camp and volunteering in a program that prepares women of colour for careers in STEM-related fields. Her favourite activities include: empowering underrepresented groups to become changemakers, continuing to teach in new ways, and making TikTok less cool for the rest of us.
91. Safa Emhemed
Safa Emhemed is a Quality Assurance Engineer with strong analytical ability. organized team player with excellent communication skills. She is interested in many tech stuff and shares some articles according to her experience as a Software QA Engineer.
92. Sandi Metz
Sandi Metz is a programmer and the author of 99 Bottles of OOP and Practical Object-Oriented Design in Ruby (POODR). She believes in simple code and straightforward explanations. She wants to help you transform your code and bring back the joy.
93. Shaundai Person
Shaundai Person is a React developer, diversity and inclusion advocate, and speaker. She works as a UI Engineer. She is passionate about making programming interesting and approachable for all and does that through her work as a course instructor, co-lead for React Robins, and technical blogger.
94. Smita Pandey Mishra
Smita Mishra is the CEO and Chief Test Consultant at QAzone Infosystems. She is also the Founder of Fandoro - a platform for promoting awareness and adoption of sustainable practices amongst enterprises and their employees. She also engages with different forums to assist the growth of women in her field and otherwise too. She frequently speaks at international conferences around technology and entrepreneurship and also at universities in India.
95. Sri Priya P Kulkarni
Sri Priya P Kulkarni is a Software Engineer with excellent technical analytical and communication skills demonstrated by 3 plus years of experience in a full system development life cycle experience. Her Motto: "Learn something new every day -because every day is a new day". She is also an avid blogger and contributor.
96. Suzan Bond
Suzan Bond is a former COO for a scaling startup in the developer tools space and has spent more than 15 years in tech. Her background includes experience in leader onboarding, new leader training, organizational strategy, people operations, internal company communication and exec team facilitation. Her mission is to create working environments where people can thrive.
97. Taylor Poindexter
Taylor Poindexter, a software engineer and engineering manager and is the Co-founder of Black Code Collective — an organization that strives to create a safe space for Black engineers to grow their skills and network. She was named one of DC’s Top Power Women as well as DC’s Top Technologist in 2017. She also organizes inclusive, beginner-friendly hackathons and civic tech days.
98. Valerie Phoenix
Valerie Phoenix is the Founder & CEO of Tech By Choice and a Senior Software Engineer. Valerie is passionate about creating secure human-centred digital experiences. As a successful self-taught developer, Valerie started Tech By Choice to give back to the community that helped her succeed.
99. Veni Kunche
Veni Kunche is a coder, a maker, and a founder. After working as a Software Engineer since 2003, her main goal now is to help make the tech industry inclusive. She founded Diversify Tech for people who are underrepresented in tech. It is also for everyone in the tech industry who wants to make it a welcoming and inclusive place.
100. Yevheniia Hlovatska
Yevheniia Hlovatska is a QA Manager and is passionate about building a quality culture, test automation, Agile Testing and leadership. She has been delivering talks and hosting workshops as an expert at several conferences. She is also the founder and former CEO of QA School and the founder of Alpha IT Schools.