In 1988, the School of Electrical Engineering at the Georgia Institute of Technology hired Bonnie Ferri as its first female faculty member. Since that time, the School has changed its name to the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE), and it has changed in many other ways over the years. Among those changes are that it now has 13 women in its faculty ranks. This group of female faculty is one of the largest in any ECE unit in the United States. Their areas of interest span electrical energy, bioengineering, wireless communications, and everything in between. These are the Women of ECE at Georgia Tech.