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Women in Tech Throughout History: Pioneers Who Shaped the Future

In the vast expanse of technological innovation, women have been pivotal, yet often overlooked, contributors. In celebration of Women’s History Month, we reflected on the remarkable journey of these trailblazers. Their stories not only inspire but also serve as a testament to the profound impact of diversity and inclusion in driving progress.

At TIAG, we take great pride in honoring these extraordinary individuals, especially as a company co-founded by a woman, Dalita Harmon. Her remarkable career trajectory, spanning diverse industries from film to technology, exemplifies resilience and innovation. As our chairman and CEO, Dalita continues to inspire us to push boundaries and strive for excellence, just as the women we celebrate today have done.

Dalita Harmon: Leading with Innovation

Dalita Harmon‘s journey embodies the spirit of innovation. From her ventures in film, corporate piloting, marketing, and technology to her current role as our CEO, Dalita has consistently broken barriers and paved the way for others.


Nikita Singh: A Visionary in AI

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Nikita Singh: Spearheading Cybersecurity Excellence

Nikita Singh excels in cybersecurity and project management, specializing in Defense and Healthcare sectors. Leveraging her CISSP expertise, she revolutionizes governmental IT infrastructure, serving the public with unmatched efforts.


Ada Lovelace: The First Computer Programmer

Ada Lovelace, hailed as the world’s first computer programmer, laid the foundation for modern computing with her visionary insights and groundbreaking work.


Dr. Shafi Goldwasser: A Cryptography Luminary

Dr. Shafi Goldwasser‘s pioneering contributions to cryptography have reshaped cybersecurity, earning her the esteemed Turing Award and solidifying her legacy as a cybersecurity expert.


Arlan Hamilton: Empowering Underrepresented Founders

Arlan Hamilton, the founder of Backstage Capital, is making waves in the startup world by investing in underrepresented founders, fostering innovation, and promoting diversity in tech leadership.


Rhianna Pratchett: Shaping Immersive Gaming Experiences

Rhianna Pratchett, a powerhouse in the gaming industry, has crafted immersive gaming experiences through her exemplary work as a video game writer and narrative designer.


Katherine Johnson: Breaking Barriers at NASA

Katherine Johnson, the mathematical genius behind NASA’s historic space missions, shattered barriers and demonstrated the indispensable role of women in STEM innovation.


Huda Kattan: Innovating in Beauty Tech

Huda Kattan, from beauty blogger to tech entrepreneur, has revolutionized the beauty industry with her innovative approach, inspiring millions worldwide.


Grace Hopper: The Coding Queen

Grace Hopper, known as the ‘Queen of Code,’ transformed computer programming with her creation of the COBOL language, leaving an indelible mark on tech history.


Dr. Daphne Koller: Democratizing Education

Dr. Daphne Koller, co-founder of Coursera, is democratizing education through online platforms, making quality learning accessible to all and spearheading advancements in online education.


Hedy Lamarr: From Hollywood to Tech Innovation

Hedy Lamarr, an iconic Hollywood figure turned tech innovator, laid the groundwork for modern wireless communication systems with her frequency hopping technology.


Caterina Fake: Revolutionizing Online Communities

Caterina Fake, co-founder of Flickr and Hunch, has transformed online communities and recommendation systems, redefining how we interact with technology.


Dr. Fei-Fei Li: Championing Diversity in AI

Dr. Fei-Fei Li, a leading figure in AI research, advocates for diversity in tech and spearheads advancements prioritizing societal benefits.


Limor Fried: Pioneering DIY Electronics

Limor Fried, founder of Adafruit, is a pioneer in DIY electronics, inspiring makers and innovators worldwide with her open-source hardware kits.


Dr. Shirley Ann Jackson: A Trailblazer in STEM

Dr. Shirley Ann Jackson, the first African American woman to earn a Ph.D. from MIT, has made unparalleled contributions to telecommunications and science policy, setting the stage for future generations of women in STEM.


Dr. Radia Perlman: Mother of the Internet

Dr. Radia Perlman, renowned as the ‘Mother of the Internet,’ revolutionized network communication with her creation of the spanning-tree protocol, laying the foundation for modern internet architecture.


Dr. Mae Jemison: Reaching for the Stars

Dr. Mae Jemison, the first African American woman to travel in space, exemplifies excellence as a physician, engineer, and advocate for STEM education.

As we reflect on the remarkable achievements of these women, let us be reminded of the importance of diversity, inclusivity, and empowerment in driving innovation forward. Their legacies inspire us to continue pushing boundaries, breaking barriers, and striving for excellence in all that we do.Together, let’s pave the way for a future where every individual, regardless of gender or background, has the opportunity to thrive and contribute to the ever-evolving landscape of technology.