BUSINESS WIRE)--April 9, 2001 Janette Bradley Recognized as One of Today's Leading Women in the Internet Industry by San Francisco Women on the Web (SFWoW) Avid Technology, Inc.
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SF Wow stands for San Francisco Women on the Web (San Francisco, CA; also seen as SFWow)
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31, 2000 Denise Brosseau, president and executive director of the Forum for Women Entrepreneurs (FWE), was honored as one of the Top 25 Women on the Web, an award presented by San Francisco Women on the Web (SF WoW) to recognize the achievements of local and international women who have contributed to the advancement of technology.
Named earlier this year as one of the top 25 women on the web by San Francisco Women on the Web (www.