Every woman has a Wonder Woman ready to come out. We have demonstrated that our passion for achieving our dreams exceed expectations. Nowadays, women have shown great interest and leadership in the tech and digital world. Which are two industries that are shaping our society. Check out the Bad Asses of the geek world, revolutionizing, and shaping our planet as we speak:
She is the Executive Vice President and general manager of Intel’s Data Center Group. She was homeless at the age of 18, but that did not stop her, she became one of Silicon Valley’s most powerful figures.
Obviously, is not rocket science to figure out she's the bomb. Shotwell is an actual rocket scientist for SpaceX. Her responsibilities include overseeing more than 40 upcoming launches. The best part is that Shotwell is helping prepare the Dragon spacecraft for its first trip to Mars in 2018!
Talking about spacecraft, Miralles is not only an inspiration to all women but she makes her home country, Venezuela proud! This incredible woman works as Principal Engineer and leads Virtual Reality innovator for NASA. She works under the VRLab, an astronaut training facility established in 1990. Evelyn has worked at NASA for over 20 years and has earned various awards for software development. She is considered a pioneer in VR.
From space to the internet, Amy Hood is the Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of Microsoft. This superwoman leads the tech firm’s worldwide finance organization. She was responsible for Microsoft Office 365, SharePoint, Exchange, Dynamics ERP and Dynamics CRM. Amy was also involved in the acquisitions of Skype and Yammer.
Sandberg is one of the big bosses at Facebook! She is the Chief Financial Officer since 2008. Sandberg spent 6 years as VP at Google, where she developed lucrative online advertising programs.
Last but not least, we must thank Whitney Wolfe for being a true believer of love. She is the queen B of digital dating. Why may you ask? Well, she is the creator of Bumble, the famous dating app where women are the ones who call the shots. Her app has 12.5 million users and reportedly has had more than 5,000 engagements and weddings. You go, girl!