'Girl power' wins technology awards

Didi Blackwood, vice president of corporate communications at Manugistics Inc. and event chairman Doug Brown

Women in Technology and the March of Dimes staged a gala recently in Arlington, Va., that included presentation of the groups' Heroines of Technology awards.

Among the honorees were, at right, Didi Blackwood, vice president of corporate communications at Manugistics Inc. of Rockville, Md., pictured with event chairman Doug Brown, [IMGCAP(2)]and, below, Eileen Ellsworth, who organized afterschool technology clubs for girls at four elementary schools in Fairfax County, Va. She's pictured with Steve Polo of OPX.com of Lakeside, Calif.

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