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Female mathematicians who have been known to have teal hair:

sarah-marie belcastro
Algebraic Geometry, Ph.D. U. Michigan 1997
Undergrad: Haverford College
Director, MathILy

Eva Curry
Multidimensional Wavelet Theory, Ph.D. Rutgers 2005
Undergrad: University of Maine, Orono
Associate Professor, Acadia University

Indigo Esmonde
Algebraic Number Theory, M.A., McGill U.
Equity in Mathematics Education, Ph.D. U.C. Berkeley 2006
Assistant Professor, Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, U. Toronto
author of Springer GTM 190 Problems in Algebraic Number Theory

Rebecca Field
Algebraic Geometry, Ph.D. U. Chicago 2000
Undergrad: Bowdoin College
Assistant Professor, James Madison University

Bonita Graham
Algebraic Number Theory, Ph.D. Wesleyan University 2014
Undergrad: SUNY Oswego
Faculty, SUNY Oswego

Evelyn Lamb
Teichmueller Theory, Ph.D. Rice University 2012
Undergrad: Baylor University
Postdoc, University of Utah and freelance writer

Alexandra Pettet
Geometric Group Theory, Ph.D. U Chicago 2006
Undergrad: U Toronto
Faculty, University of British Columbia

Manda Riehl
Algebraic and enumerative combinatorics, Ph.D. UC San Diego 2008
Undergrad: MIT
Assistant Professor, University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire

Katie Steckles
Topology and dynamical systems, Ph.D. University of Manchester 2011
Undergrad: University of Manchester Institute of Science and Technology
Outreach Speaker, Think Maths

Laura Taalman
Algebraic Geometry, Ph.D. Duke University 2000
Undergrad: U. Chicago
Professor, James Madison University

...if you know of anyone else, be sure to let us know!

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