African-Americans in the tech industry still seem to be relatively few and far between.
But that is changing. In February of this year, Apple appointed Denise Young Smith to lead its worldwide human resources division — a position previously held by a white man.
Just this month, storage startup Dropbox announced the appointment of former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice to its board of directors.
Still, racial minorities and women are generally underrepresented in management roles, according to a 2013 CNNMoney probe into the 20 top U.S. tech companies. Last year, we began tracking the most important black people in tech.
Now, we’ve updated our ranking of some of the most accomplished African-Americans in the industry.
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