Ah, Jean Legere. A legendary man of song and style. Let’s step inside his closet shall we?
Known as the first computer programmer, Ada's legacy laid the foundation for modern coding and computational thinking.
A pioneer in programming languages, Grace coined the term "debugging" and played a key role in developing COBOL.
As Facebook's COO, Sheryl advocates for women in tech and empowers them to take leadership roles.
CEO of YouTube, Susan's leadership transformed it into a cultural phenomenon and a hub for content creators.
Beyond acting, Hedy's invention of frequency-hopping technology laid the groundwork for Wi-Fi and Bluetooth.
With roles in eBay and HP, Meg's strategic vision and leadership have been instrumental in tech's growth.
As IBM's former CEO, Ginni led the company's evolution into cloud computing and AI, driving its success.
Known as the "Mother of the Internet," Radia's innovations in network technology revolutionized how we connect.
Founder of Girls Who Code, Reshma works to close the gender gap in tech by inspiring young women to code.
A leading AI researcher, Fei-Fei advocates for responsible AI development and co-founded AI4ALL.
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