Four Indian-origin women have been named by Forbes among America`s top 50 female technology moguls, a list that includes IBM CEO Ginni Rometty and Netflix executive Anne Aaron. Padmasree Warrior, former chief technology officer (CTO) of Cisco; Komal Mangtani, senior director at app-based cab aggregator Uber; Neha Narkhede, chief technology officer and co-founder of streaming platform Confluent; and Kamakshi Sivaramakrishnan, CEO and founder of identity-management company Drawbrige; are in the list. Women don`t wait for the future. The 2018 Inaugural Top 50 Women In Technology list identifies three generations of forward-thinking technologists leading more than a dozen tech sectors across the globe, Forbes said in its `America`s Top 50 Women in Tech 2018` statement. Warrior (58) served in executive positions at both Motorola and Cisco and is now the U.S. CEO of the Chinese electric-autonomous-vehicle startup NIO. At the USD 138-billion Cisco Systems, she had help Cisco to grow influence through acquisitions. She is also on the boards of Microsoft and Spotify.Mangtani, an alumnus of Dharmsinh Desai Institute of Technology in Gujarat, heads business intelligence at Uber. Currently, she serves on the board of non-profit organisation Women Who Code and led Uber`s USD 1.2-billion donation and partnership with Girls Who Code to increase access to computer science.