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I very much appreciate the perspective of this piece. Women often are not recognized for their contributions in the world of technology and this piece gives credit to a group of wonderful women helping to lead the charge in the digital world. I appreciate the diversity of women chosen to be profiled and I look forward to seeing more women in this arena being profiled for their hard work and progress. I would like to see more women of color from all backgrounds profiled because it helps to inspire other women of color to do more here. Selfishly, I’d like to see more Indian American women leaders highlighted, however a broader array of diversity of women techies would be inspiring to look to. I also think it would be interesting to highlight a diverse group of women leaders creating a community to help support other women leaders developing in this realm. Would love to share information about my own start-up http://www.groverconcepts.com and see if anyone had any feedback. Thanks!
Glad to see some focus on women startup founders. My startup, Toour (http://ontoour.com) helps users create, share, and discover tours of their favorite places around the world. We’re currently in alpha and we hope to move into beta later this year.
Quora has a good list of diverse women startup founders, if you’re interested in finding more women to profile: http://www.quora.com/What-are-women-of-color-led-startups-currently-working-on
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