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WITI 30th Anniversary: Barbara Bauer, President, GlobalSight Partners, 2005
By WITI News Staff

Barbara Bauer is an experienced technology executive who has successfully led small start-up companies and large corporate technology organizations with globally distributed engineering teams.   Read More

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WITI 30th Anniversary: Dr. Elaine S. Oran, Senior Scientist, United States Naval Research Lab, 2002
By WITI News Staff

As senior scientist for Reactive Flow Physics at the United States Naval Research Lab (NRL), Elaine leads a team that has invented and implemented many of the individual algorithms and the modern computer methodology for accurate numerical simulation of reactive flows.   Read More

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Hall of Fame Flashback: Lauren States 2014
By WITI News Staff

Lauren started her career at IBM in 1978, and she is now the vice president of strategy and transformation of their software group sales division.   Read More

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Hall of Fame Flashback: Donna Shirley 1997
By WITI News Staff

Donna worked at NASA for 32 years and was the manager of the Mars Exploration Program.   Read More

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Hall of Fame Flashback: Caroline Kovac 2002
By WITI News Staff

Caroline spent 20 years at IBM, where she held many executive management positions.   Read More

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WITI 30th Anniversary: Dr. Shirley Ann Jackson, President, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, 2000
By WITI News Staff

Dr. Shirley Ann Jackson, inducted into the Women In Technology International Hall of Fame in 2000, was the first black woman to head a National Research University.   Read More