What Silicon Valley Superwomen Are Reading

Add these to your must-read list.

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Each of these women is a pioneer in tech, and although you may not be familiar with their names, you almost certainly have or will benefit from their work. The group includes women who have helped ensure the openness of the internet, several who have advised an American president on technology and others who have guided tech titans trying to increase their diversity. Here too is the bright mind who brought us Java (likely running on the device you’re reading this on) and the creators behind a travel experience provider and that little white square you may use to pay for your coffee.

They’re also readers. Here’s a peek at what’s on the bookshelves of these Silicon Valley superwomen.

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