Women in Free Software
This page lists some high profile women who do important work with Free Software. Please add people to this list if you know of good candidates.
Valerie Aurora http://valerieaurora.org/ - Linux kernel consultant, writer, programmer, feminist activist, and a co-founder of the Ada Initiative, a non-profit to promote women in open technology and culture.
Victoria Sinclair firstname.lastname@example.org - runs an Internet community centre in Manchester running exclusively FS, does training for BBC, Age UK etc., teaches PC system building, involved in international hackerspace movement, esp. latin america
Yuwei Lin email@example.com - Lecturer in Future Media at the University of Salford, on the board of Linux New Media Awards, Open Street Map speaker and advocate, Chaos Computer Club staff
Christina Gratorp http://twitter.com/cyborgChristina/ - embedded C hacker, Free Software advocate, speaker at FSCONS on FS & women + arduino
Anne Østergaard - FS veteran, former Vice Chairman at GNOME, works in social, legal, research, and economic areas of global society
Christina Haralanova http://www.ludost.org/ - does computer training workshops for communitiy organizations in Bulgaria, France, Czech Republic, South Africa, UK and Canada, has been a trainer in Drupal in 2009/2010, member of Foulab Montreal Hackerspace
Marie Alexxson firstname.lastname@example.org - Flattr employee, Pirate Party Activist. Hackerspace geek.
Leena Simon http://www.leena.de - Works with German Government to use more FS, member of FoeBuD, organiser of “Freedom Not Fear” demonstrations, member of FSFE Berlin Fellowship group
Nanda Weiden http://blog.fernanda.cc/ - Debian Women organiser, former Vice President of FSFE, former council member of Free Software Foundation Latin America, founder of the Women in Free Software Project in Brazil, FISL organiser