Women and Technology What Do They DO?

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Free virtual online educational and motivational tools for school children and women in technology industries or considering a career in technology available at Doing IT Around the World

The tools provide an interview profile with 36 women across the globe (including Antarctica), photographs and a diary of what they did on August 11 2008. Additional links are within each role models profile for further learning.

The role models represent a wide diversity of women in technology industries. Their ages span from early 20’s through to near retirement. Their areas of technology passions span traditional information technology (e.g. CTO, software, hardware, support, consulting, sales and marketing services) to communications, knowledge management, governance, data mining, open source advocacy, web design, graphic art, instrumentation design, configuration engineering, computational biology, microelectronics, molecular biology, research, geo spatial, educational, medical and legal technologists.