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Celebrating the women of IBM Watson for Women’s History Month

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Today marks the start of Women’s History Month. As a way to celebrate, we’ll kickoff a four-part series on International Women’s Day (March 8) highlighting the outstanding women working on our team.

Each piece will feature a different team member discussing what it means to be a woman in the technology workforce, and what we can do to empower the next generation.

In the meantime, check out our past Women of IBM Watson profiles for an idea of what’s in store. Have any questions you’d like us to ask? Comment below, and we’ll incorporate some of these into our future profiles.

Stay tuned for our first profile piece launching next Friday, March 8!

Past Women of IBM Watson profiles:

Ritika Gunnar

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Rachel Liddell

Nisarga Markandaiah

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