Women in Quantum Series

While working with The Quantum Insider, I began an article series called “Women in Quantum,” which features exclusive interviews with women in this industry. With incredible stories and great motivation, this series has been a success and led to many advances in the quantum industry.

I then continued this article series when I transferred to Inside Quantum Technology, only now under the title of “Women of Quantum Technology.” From interviewing CEOs and executives to teenaged girls living in unsafe areas of Pakistan, I cover women of all ages and backgrounds in this quantum community, highlighting these amazing individuals as role models and future mentors.






Judith Olson: Head of Atomic Clock Division, Senior Physicist at ColdQuanta


Denise Ruffner: Chief Business Officer, Atom Computing


Danika Hannon: Relationship Manager at Cambridge Quantum (“Quantinuum”)


Esperanza Cuenca Gomez: QSI


Lior Gazit: Quantum Software Engineering Team Lead at Classiq Technologies


Katherine Londergan: CMO at Zapata Computing


Dr. Araceli Venegas-Gomez: CEO at QURECA


Anna Naden: the Chicago Quantum Computing Revival


Dr. Marina Radulaski of the University of California Davis


Lior Gazit of Classiq Technologies


Christine Johnson of Ingenii


Mercedes Gimeno-Segovia of PsiQuantum


Dr. Helena Liebelt of DIT, Intel, and SheQuantum


Dr. Renata Jovanovic of Deloitte


Carina Kiesling of Ernst and Young LLP (EY)


Olivia Lanes of IBM Quantum


Mira Pijselman of Ernst & Young LLP


Carina Kießling of Ernst & Young LLP (EY)


Biliana Rajevic and Irene Fernández de Fuentes of Quantum Women


Lorraine Tsitsi Majiri of OneQuantum


Dr. Leonie Mueck of Riverlane


Elisa Torres Durney of Girls in Quantum


Jen Sovada of Sandbox AQ


Dr. Lene Oddershede of the Novo Nordisk Foundation


Kate Smith of ColdQuanta


Areeba Arbab, Pakistan’s Youngest Quantum Programmer

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