WITI (Women in Technology International) has named five new inductees for its Hall of Fame, including executives with IBM, AT&T and EMC, a well-known serial entrepreneur and a force in the move to code for public good.
WITI, which is celebrating its 25th anniversary this year, will honor inductees at a ceremony on June 2 in Santa Clara.
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This year's inductees are:
* Orna Berry, Corporate Vice President, Growth and Innovation at EMC
* Jennifer Pahlka, Founder and Executive Director of Code for America
* Kim Polese, Chairman of ClearStreet, and past CEO of SpikeSource and Marimba
* Kris Rinne, Senior Vice President, Network & Product Planning, AT&T Services
* Lauren States, Vice President, Strategy and Transformation, IBM Software Group
The Women in Technology Hall of Fame was established in 1996 and now includes about 100 inductees, including usual suspects like Cisco CTO Padmasree Warrior and less expected ones, like Dr. Ruth Westheimer.
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