The achievements of our Abie Award winners are nothing less than inspiring, and we want to share their stories with you. Listen to our Abie Award Podcast to learn all about these winners, their personal journeys into tech, and their efforts to support women technologists. Want to learn more about our Abie Awards and how to nominate someone? Click here!
The Abie Awards Podcast Series is a collaboration between AnitaB.org and Edaena Salinas of The Women In Tech Show.
Be sure to also listen to the Women in Tech Show episode Centering Indigenous Women in Tech with Robin Máxkii, where Robin Máxkii discusses growing up in an Indian Reservation and her path to a career in technology. This episode was recorded at the 2019 Grace Hopper Celebration.
Episode 1: Cryptography with Tal Rabin
Winner of the 2014 Abie Award for Innovation, Tal Rabin discusses cryptography and how it can be used to build protocols and systems that provide privacy and security.
Episode 2: Women in Tech with Mehul Smriti Raje
Winner of the 2017 Student of Vision Abie Award, Mehul Smriti Raje explains how she is addressing the gender gap in tech and encouraging more women to enter the industry.
Episode 3: Space Propulsion with Dr. Natalya Bailey
Dr. Natalya Bailey, CEO and Founder at Accion Systems, is on a mission to accelerate the exploration of space. Learn all about the different types of propulsion technologies and the process of developing a hardware product for space.
Episode 4: AnitaB.org with Kety Esquivel
Kety Esquivel, Vice President Head of Marketing and Communications at AnitaB.org, talks about our mission and the different goals we have to help reach gender equity in the tech industry.
Episode 5: Health Tech with Dr. Nimmi Ramanujam
While in graduate school, Dr. Nimmi Ramanujam, winner of the 2019 Social Impact Abie Award, was diagnosed with cervical cancer. Her experience with this diagnosis led her to develop a portable cervical cancer screening device.
Episode 6: Natural Language Processing with Dr. Thamar Solorio
Dr. Thamar Solorio, winner of the 2014 Emerging Leader Abie Award, has published several papers on natural language processing. She now serves as an Associate Professor in the Department of Computer Science at the University of Houston.
Jhillika Kumar, Winner of the 2019 Student of Vision Abie Award and Creator of Mentra, explains why she and her team built a hiring platform for people with autism.