GirlsinTech: The Top 100 Women in Tech in Europe 2012

top100Girls in Tech London announces the top 100 women in tech in Europe. Girls in Tech, the international network that seeks to empower and promote women in technology and entrepreneurship, released a ranking of the top 100 women working in tech in Europe. Yes, to all of these female heroes! (and - as media partner of GIT- we will interview them all in our exclusive GIT Interview Series)

After receiving hundreds of nominations from across Europe, Girls in Tech and 14 partner judges have selected women from 19 different countries – including the UK, Ireland, France, Germany, Italy, Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Finland, Belgium, the Netherlands, Latvia, Poland, Russia, Lithuania, Spain, Greece, Israel and Turkey based on their leadership either locally or internationally as well as their contribution to tech and innovation.

 Here is the official 2012 GIT EURO 100 (not ranked, just the final 100):

The Top 100 Women in Tech in Europe 2012

Agata Mazur, Applicake/FutureSimple
Alisa Chumachenko, Game Insight
Amelie Faure, entrepreneur and startup mentor
Amit Knaani, ooVoo
Ann Marisa Freese, Pure Equity
Anne Sophie Pastel, Aufeminin.com
Avid Larizadeh, Boticca
Baiba Kaskina, CERT/SigmaNet
Barbara Labate, Risparmiosuper
Bindi Karia, Microsoft BizSpark
Caitlin Winner, Amen
Catherine Barba, Cashstore.fr
Celine Lazorthes, Leetchi
Charlotta Falvin, TAT
Christine Karman, Stratix
Claire Houry, Ventech
Clare Reddington, iShed
Claudia Helming, DaWanda
Colette Ballou, Ballou PR
Constanze Buchheim, i-Potentials
Crsitina Galan, BitCarrier
Deborah Rippol, Startup Weekend
Demet Mutlu, Trendyol
Diana Saraceni, 360 Capital Partners
Eileen Burbidge, Passion Capital
Ela Medej, Applicake/FutureSimple/Credictive
Elaine Coughlan, Atlantic Bridge
Elena Masolova, Pixonic
Elizabeth Varley, TechHub
Erin Noordeloos, NBC Universal
Gali Ross, Razoss
Georgina Atwell, Apple
Helen Ryan, Creganna Tactx Medical
Helena Chari, TSN ICAP
Ingrid Lunden, TechCrunch
Irina Anghel, South East European Private Equity and Venture Capital
Jamillah Knowles, The Next Web
Jennifer Hicks, Forbes
Jessica Powell, Badoo
Joanna Shields, Facebook
Jude Ower, Playmob
Judith Clegg, Classhouse
Julana Chondrasch, Fashionism
Julie Sinnamon, Enterprise Ireland
Juliette Bellavita, tipsandtrip.com
Kathryn Parsons, Decoded
Kresse Wesling, Elvis & Kresse
Kristin Skogen Lund, Telenor
Lara Rouyes, Dealissime
Linda Summers, Skype
Liz Fleming, Venture Lab
Lydia Benko, Corporate Finance Partners
Marie Ekeland, Elaia Partners
Marina Tognetti, Myngle
Martha Lane Fox, Lastminute
Martina Kolesnik, Oktogo
Mel Exon, BHH Labs
Monika Garbaciauskaite, Delfi
Moran Bar, VentureGeeks
Natasha Friis-Saxberg, Gignal
Nathalie Gaveau, Shopcade
Nathalie Massenet, Net-a-porter
Ola Sitarska, MyGuidie
Olivia Solon, Wired
Orit Hashay, Brayola
Paula Marttila, Startup guru and mentor
Rachel Bremer, Twitter
Raquel Iglesias, Totfan
Rebecca Barr, LivingSocial
Reshma Sohoni, Seedcamp
Robin Chase, Zipcar/BuzzCar
Sabine Fillias, Chasson Finance
Sandra Mesonero, Uniccos
Sara Ohlsson, DinnerHu
Sarah McVittie, Dressipi
Sherry Coutu, entrepreneur and investor
Simone Brummelhuis, Astia/TheNextWomen
Sofia Barattieri, Motilo
Sonali De Rycker, Accel Partners
Sophie Cornish, Notonthehighstreet
Stephanie Kaiser, Wooga
Sylvia Diaz-Montenegro, Leelo
Tiina Zilliacus, Gajarti Studios
Tine Thygesen, Everplaces
Tracy Doree, Llustre
Veerle Pieters, Duoh !
Verena Delius, Goodbeans/Panfu
Verena Delius, Young Internet
Viktorija Trimbel, Quantas Capital
Wendy Tan White, Moonfruit

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About Girls in Tech

Girls in Tech is an international network that seeks to promote and empower women in tech and entrepreneurship. Founded in 2007 in San Francisco by Adriana Gascoigne, the network counts numerous chapters around the globe – in countries like China, France, Greece, Singapore, Taiwan, the US and more – and over 8,500 members worldwide. The London Girls in Tech chapter will be run by Roxanne Varza, Ella Weston and Mihiri Bonney.

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