Infographic Outlines 2016’s Most Powerful Women In Tech
(Last Updated On: December 9, 2016)

[Editors Note: This is a guest post provided by Tom Fisher from Personal Income]

Not many realize that some women have already successfully placed themselves in the forefront of leadership, a place that men used to dominate. The tech industry for example, has given tribute to some of the biggest names like Melinda Gates, Susan Wojcicki and Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg, among many others.

All of them have been successful in reaching out to markets around the globe all the while promoting the essence and value of women in the lead for entrepreneurship. The most powerful female tech leaders for 2016 embody not just the courageous qualities of a chief but also advocate missions and visions that aim to make the entire world a much better place to live in.

Check out the infographic below, and find out how all of them are working towards empowering women, young and old. The businesses they handle in the tech industry are briefly discussed along with other projects that promote diversity and charity. Above all, they unceasingly strive to make the voices of more women across the world heard and their potentials seen and appreciated.

These women validate the potential of women gaining progress even in industries, workplaces and communities that are known to be reigned by men. Sometimes, all it takes is just some good common sense and a ton of bravery to stand to let females finally define the future.

Here is the infographic and be amazed with these talented women in technology.

The World’s Most Powerful Women In Tech 2016

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  • Reaper of Salt

    Fun Fact: all companies these women work at were founded by men. Mostly straight white cis men. And in the present time some of these women still answer to a *looks over shoulder* …man… *gasps*. It’s the work of the Patriarchy I tell you.


  • Maybe they can stop whining about “diversity” and “inclusivity” now?

    I’m sorry to piss on the party, but judging from the gender politics shit that was thrown at the Tech and Video Games industry for the last 3-4 years, articles like this are inherently pro-woman and anti-men, but in a very polite and subtle manner.

    I would also question why gender should even be an issue. I mean, isn’t the basis of equality and egalitarianism the practice of treating both men and women equally? The author here makes women a special case.

    If all the women on that list got to where they are by their own means and merits, then great. I have no problems with that.

    However, if men and boys had to be discriminated against along the way to make way for them, not good. Which is something that’s happening now in the workforce and academia in the USA, thanks to the so-called “equality” of feminism.

  • snooze321

    Some varied content huh. You’re full of surprises today OAG.