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  • 12.06.10

Nominations for the Most Influential Women in Tech 2011 Close on Friday

Just in case you missed our call for the Most Influential Women in Technology, this week is the last chance to get your nominations in. We’re looking for the best and brightest in technology — the media stars, the gamers, the developers, the activists, the entrepreneurs, the executives, the evangelists, the brainiacs, and more. We’ve already had overwhelming feedback on our site, on Twitter, and on blogs, and now we’re putting out the last call so that we can start readying the final list.

Just in case you missed our call for the Most Influential Women in Technology, this week is the last chance to get your nominations in. We’re looking for the best and brightest in technology — the media stars, the gamers, the developers, the activists, the entrepreneurs, the executives, the evangelists, the brainiacs, and more. We’ve already had overwhelming feedback on our site, on Twitter, and on blogs, and now we’re putting out the last call so that we can start readying the final list.

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To nominate, just add your voice to the comments here or on our original post. If you want to use Twitter, your blog, YouTube, or Flickr to nominate someone, be sure to include the hashtag #WIT11. We’ll need the nominee’s name and company, along with either a Twitter handle, blog, company website, or Linkedin URL.  

In the past two years we’ve featured Sheryl Sandberg, COO of Facebook; Rashmi Sinha, Co-founder and CEO of Slideshare; Morgan Romine, Team Captain of Frag Dolls; Amber Case, a cyborg anthropologist; Jill Tarter, Director, SETIClara Shih, founder of Hearsay Labs; and many others.

To take a deeper dive on who made the lists in the past, visit:

Most Influential Women In Technology 2009 

Most Influential Women in Technology 2010

About the author

Lynne d Johnson is a Content + Community Consultant developing content and community strategies that help brands better tell their stories and build better relationships with people toward driving brand awareness, loyalty, and purchase intent. She has been writing about tech and media since the Web 1.0 days, most recently about how the future of consumer interactions will be driven by augmented reality and wearable tech.

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