From Verizon's Marni Walden to Apple's Angela Ahrendts: Tracking the most influential women in wireless

Since 2008, Fierce editors have been tracking the top female stars in the wireless industry. In 2015, this list was particularly difficult to compile because we've seen a significant surge in the number of women making their way to the top ranks of wireless companies.

And we've also seen many more discussions among top telecom executives about what can be done to attract more women to this industry. It's refreshing to see this dramatic change in the industry.

Picking candidates based upon what Fierce editors believe to be their "influence" in the industry, FierceWireless has published its 2015 "Most Influential Women in Wireless" list. You can read it here

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