Unlike in Silicon Valley, there is no shortage of women in the top echelons of the Brussels tech scene. The top five industry bodies are run by women: Lise Fuhr (ETNO), Cecilia Bonefeld-Dahl (DigitalEurope), Afke Schaart (GSMA) Siada el-Ramly (EDIMA) and Angela Mills Wade (European Publishers Council). The Brussels offices of Google (Lie Junius), Apple (Claire Thwaites), Amazon (Eirini Zafeiratou), and Intel (Kirsty Macdonald) are female fiefdoms. Three of the four European commissioners handling sensitive digital files are women: Mariya Gabriel, Věra Jourová and Margrethe Vestager. A similar setup prevails at the European Parliament thanks to Pilar del Castillo, Kaja Kallas, Marietje Schaake, Dita Charanzová, Birgit Sippel and Julia Reda. The journalists covering tech in Brussels are mostly female, led by specialist tech writer Jennifer Baker, who also fronts the Brussels institution “EU tweets of the week,” as are the public relations specialists who deal with them, including Victoria Main at Cambre Associates.