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Here's a woman in computer science history I just came across: Ruth M. Davis. She started as a programmer for the US Navy and ended up doing lots of policy work related to computers and networks.

Here are excerpts from a 1973 keynote she gave on computer networks and US national policy: archive.org/details/Issue1/pag

Wikipedia: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ruth_M._

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