By ET Bureau - July 11, 2023 2 Mins Read
SuperWomen in Flash today shared figures from a recent study by the National Center for Women & Information Technology (NCWIT), a non-profit community founded in 2004 which is funded by the National Science Foundation. SuperWomen in Flash is the Flash Memory Summit (FMS) program that celebrates the success of women in the memory industry, and which encourages more young women to join this dynamic field.
NCWIT, in partnership with 1790 Analytics, publishes periodic reports on gendered patterns in IT patenting, analyzing records from the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. Below are a few highlights from NCWIT’s 2022 Patent Report:
Starting in 2018, FMS has presented a SuperWomen in Flash Leadership Award to showcase the achievements of women in the traditionally male-dominated memory industry. Past recipients of the FMS SuperWomen in Flash Leadership Award include:
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“The data infrastructure memory industry, and tech overall, is a highly dynamic space, one where creativity, attention to detail, and an innovative approach can make a significant difference to the development and adoption of new technologies,” said Camberley Bates, VP and Practice Lead, The Futurum Group, and founder of the SuperWomen in Flash Leadership program. “It’s an ideal space for women to build rewarding and successful careers, and through SuperWomen in Flash we aim to attract more women to the memory industry.”
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