WE, WOMEN IN TECHNOLOGY CAMPAIGN aims to bring out women pioneers in technology and break the stereotype that women can't be accepted in the technical field. Join the campaign! Help us build this database of women in technology in/from India by contributing information about any woman you know!!

Revathy Kasturi

A dynamic entrepreneur, and successful IT professional.

Revathy Kasturi is the founder and the CEO at the Laqsh Job Skills Academy. She was awarded the Woman of the Year by Business Today for the year 2001. She has been on the board of NASSCOM as an Executive Council Member for 6 years. She is also a charter member of TIE Bangalore and is actively working on Fostering Entrepreneurship Amongst Women through TIE for Women.

Professor Indira Nath

Professor Indira Nath is a world renowned authority on leprosy and a recipient of Padma Shri (1999) for her contribution to the field of immunology.

Indira's research has aided creation of tools for diagnostics, immunotherapy and antigens for clinical investigation. Her discovery and her pioneering work constitutes a significant step towards the development of treatment and vaccines for leprosy.

Dr. Nita Goyal

Her strong sense of perseverance is reflected in her achievements, nurturing, her carefully set goals and ambitions with utmost dedication and honesty.

Doctor Nita Goyal, is the co-founder and vice president of Tavant Technologies. She is also the first woman to graduate in computer engineering from one of the Indian Institute of Technology (IITs). She graduated in the year 1987 from IIT Kanpur.

Padmasree Warrior

Padmasree Warrior joined Motorola in 1984, as one of only a few women in its Arizona facility and she served in a broad range of roles over the course of her twenty-three years at the company, eventua

Padmasree Warrior is the Chief Technology Officer (CTO) of Cisco Systems and the former CTO of Motorola, Inc.

Anna Mani (1918-2001)

Anna Mani

Highly regarded in scientific circles and admired as a woman of great character, Anna was one of India's early feminists.

Anna Mani, the distinguished Indian meteorologist, was the former Deputy Director General of the Indian Meteorological Department. She made significant contributions in the field of meteorological instrumentation and pioneered research in the areas of solar radiation, ozone and wind energy measurements.
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