Lucinda Sanders

Lucinda Sanders

CEO & Co-Founder, National Center for Women and Information Tech.

Inducted in 2007

Lucy Sanders is CEO and co-founder of the National Center for Women & Information Technology and also serves as executive-in-residence for the ATLAS Institute at the University of Colorado at Boulder.

She has an extensive industry background, having worked in R&D and executive positions at AT&T Bell Labs, Lucent Bell Labs, and Avaya Labs over 20 years, where she specialized in systems-level software and solutions (multimedia communication and customer relationship management).

In 1996, Lucy was awarded the Bell Labs Fellow Award—the highest technical accomplishment bestowed at the company. She has six patents in the communications technology area.

Lucy serves on several boards, including the Mathematical Sciences Research Institute board of trustees at the University of California at Berkeley; the Engineering Advisory Council at the University of Colorado at Boulder; the Denver Public Schools Computer Magnet advisory board; the advisory board for the Women’s College Applied Computing Program at the University of Denver; and several corporate boards.

In 2004, Lucy was awarded the Distinguished Alumni Award from the Department of Engineering at California University. Lucy also is conference chair for the 2007 Grace Hopper Conference, having served as program chair for the conference in 2006.

She serves on the information technology research and development ecosystem commission for the National Academies.

Lucy received her BS and MS in Computer Science from Louisiana State University and the University of Colorado at Boulder, respectively.

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