Who Inspire Us
Garnett is the founder and chairman of the board of CrossWorlds,
an innovator in the development of software which provides cross-application
business process functionality to complement underlying applications.
Garnett served as vice president and general manager of Sybase's
$150 million distributed objects and connectivity division, where
she managed a 300 person development team responsible for the company's
next generation object databases as well as its replication and
messaging middleware products. Prior to Sybase, she worked at Oracle
while it grew from $75 million to over $1 billion in revenues, serving
in technical management positions in the areas of workflow and workgroup
April 1997, she started the Garnett Foundation to address the under-representation
of women in the computer industry through such programs as The Backyard
Project, designed to get high school girls interested in careers
in computer science.