2019 Grace Hopper Awardees

Ten women will join us at the Grace Hopper Celebration.

Juleen Gentles

"More than ever, today's engineers need to be deeply in tune with the ethical and social spheres within which we exist and attempt to thrive."...

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Qianze Zhang

"Engineers who have harnessed CS to build amazing things and exciting careers need to talk more about their failures and doubts along the way."...

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Jennifer Chang

"I aim to use virtual reality to help those who suffer with mental or physical illnesses."...

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Anjum Farook

"My singular career goal: to develop novel approaches to diagnosing and treating mental illness using data science."...

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Pelagia Majoni

"Last year I founded a social enterprise which uses soil sensors and machine learning algorithms to analyze data and boost yields for Zimbabwean farmers."...

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Diane Phan

"I want to support creative projects that allow children to interact with technology and discover how they can fuse their hobbies with code."...

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Nana Aba Turkson

"Losing my younger brother to Malaria was a traumatic experience that awakened a strong urge to employ robotics in the medical field."...

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Jessica Micallef

"I will continue bridging the gap between computer science and physics research."...

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Chinonyerem Obi-Egbe

"I hope that one day, as a mother, woman-in-tech, and mentor, I can be a guide to African girls, teaching them and showing them that anything is possible."...

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Tamara Covacevich

"I want to use technology to improve our quality of life."...

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