New England technology leaders recognized as MHT Women to Watch

Mass High Tech announced the names of 11 women from the New England tech community who will be recognized in March as the 2010 MHT Women to Watch. This year’s honorees will be profiled in the March 17 issue of Mass High Tech and will be recognized at a special event on March 19 (read more)

NSS congratulates the 11 outstanding women!

The 2010 honorees, their titles, industries and locations are:

Marcie Black, Chief technology officer, Bandgap Engineering Inc., Photovoltaic systems, Woburn

A.G. Breitenstein, Vice president and general manager for provider markets, Humedica Inc., Healthcare IT, Boston

Catherine Crawford, Senior technical staff member, IBM Corp., Supercomputers, Bedford, N.H.

Lauren Crews, Technology coordinator, Raytheon Co., Defense, Andover

Elizabet de los Pinos, Chief executive officer, Aura Biosciences Inc., Biotechnology, Cambridge

Michelle Dipp, Vice president and head of the U.S. Centre for External Drug Discovery, GlaxoSmithKline plc, Biotechnology, Cambridge

Jill Drury, Associate department head, The Mitre Corp., Robotics, Bedford

Candace Fleming, Chief executive officer, Crimson Hexagon Inc., Social networking, Cambridge

Katie Hall, Chief technology officer, Witricity Corp., Electronics, Cambridge

Dava Newman, Professor of aeronautics, astronomics and engineering systems, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Aerospace, Cambridge

Livia Racz, Division leader for advanced hardware development, Charles Stark Draper Laboratory Inc., Electronics, Cambridge

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