These cameos feature women with a remarkable past. Every purchase includes a biography card that tells their story and a donation to the non-profit Girls Who Code.
Known as the mother of programming. Was the first to envision that a computer could do more than calculate.
Ada Lovelace Cameo Necklace
British primatologist, ethologist, anthropologist, and UN Messenger of Peace.
Jane Goodall Necklace
Discovered polonium and radium, and helped develop X-rays.
Marie Curie Cameo Necklace
Computer scientist and United States Navy Rear Admiral.
Grace Hopper Programmer Necklace
Ada Lovelace Lapel Pin
First African-American woman in space.
Mae Jemison Cameo Necklace
First American woman and the youngest American to go into space. The first known LGBT astronaut.
Astronaut Sally Ride Cameo Necklace
Created the system of classifying hundreds of thousands of stars.
Astronomer Annie Jump Cannon Necklace
Actress during Hollywood’s Golden Age who helped invent spread spectrum communications.
Inventor Hedy Lamarr Cameo Necklace
Discovered and explained nuclear fission.
Lise Meitner Physicist Necklace
Known as “Astronomy’s Cinderella.” First woman to discover a comet and to receive payment for scientific work.
Astronomer Caroline Herschel Cameo Necklace
A student and teacher of math, astronomy, and philosophy. One of the 1st women to make contributions her fields.
Hypatia of Alexandria Cameo Necklace
Completely self-taught French mathematician, physicist, and philosopher.
Mathematician Sophie Germain Cameo Necklace
Co-developed the Michaelis–Menten equation.
Chemist Maud Menten Cameo Necklace