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12 Stories of Women at Georgia Tech

When it comes to science and technology fields, historically many have been male-dominated. But the numbers have been changing gradually, including at Georgia Tech.

This academic year, we'll talk with a dozen women from the faculty and staff who are making advances in their areas of expertise, and we'll ask them about their work, their lives, and what it means to them to be a woman at Georgia Tech. Follow along for their stories.

jennifer leavey

Jennifer Kraft Leavey

Principal Academic Professional,
School of Biological Sciences

September 2018

mary tipton woolley

Mary Tipton Woolley

Senior Associate Director,
Undergraduate Admission

October 2018

nisha botchwey

Nisha Botchwey

Associate Professor,
School of City and Regional Planning

November 2018

hang lu

Hang Lu

Love Family Professor, Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering

December 2018

casey aultman

Casey Aultman

Director, State Relations, Government and Community Relations

January 2019

joycelyn wilson

Joycelyn Wilson

Assistant Professor, School of Literature, Media, and Communication

February 2019

aileen morales

Aileen Morales

Head Coach,
Georgia Tech Softball

March 2019

neha kumar

Neha Kumar

Assistant Professor, Sam Nunn School of International Affairs and School of Interactive Computing

April 2019

pamela bhatti

Pamela Bhatti

Associate Professor and Associate Chair for Innovation and Entrepreneurship, School of Electrical and Computer Engineering

May 2019

tiffany johnson

Tiffany Johnson

Assistant Professor,
Scheller College of Business

June 2019

dyla hernandez

Diley (Dyla) Hernandez

Senior Research Scientist,

July 2019

bonnie taylor

Bonnie Taylor

Associate Dean of Students and Director, Office of Student Integrity

August 2019

Do you know someone whose story should be shared?

Though this series only tells 12 stories, there are thousands of women in Tech's faculty, staff, and student populations whose stories are worth telling. Do you know one?