It’s annoying when people use superlatives to make what they write sound better. In fact, it's the worst.
I don’t want to talk about today’s Most Successful Women for this. To me, it’s borderline impossible to come up with a comprehensive metric for what constitutes success; it’s just too subjective.
I For One Welcome Our Corporate Overlords
I could have broken down the rise to fame of Sheryl Sandberg, Susan Wojcicki and Safra Catz, but the internet has already done that for me many times over.
Only 6.4% of Fortune 500 CEOs are women, and that's on my mind, but the natural instinct to jump to the leaders whose professional careers revolve around CEO, IBM, HP, and other capital letters is overdone. I wanted something more relatable.
Below you’ll find the professional and personal experiences of three, perhaps less well-known, inspiring women in tech.