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Our Geeky Girl Crushes Part 9

We have almost come to an end with our 100 Geek Girl crush list. But it has been illuminating, bringing together a list of 100 brilliant and talented women from across the nerd spectrum. Once again here are 10 women in no particular order.

Amy Dallen

A Reinsurance Women

Described as an internet sensation Amy really does a bit of everything. Many of you will be familiar with her work on Geek and Sundry but she has quickly expanded from that into other projects.

Vanessa Arteaga

Don’t tell her that girls can’t play games

Vanessa is a former professional video game player who plays fighting games excelling at fighting games such as Dead or Alive. In the 2007 Championship Gaming Series Season, Vanessa went undefeated leading San Francisco to win first place in the DoA4 Female Individual season. In the 2008 Championship Gaming Series Season, San Francisco Optx with a team of NinjaCW and Vanessa Arteaga finished 2nd to the Birmingham Salvo.After her time in the Championship Gaming Series, Vanessa became a member of Kat Gunn’s professional gaming and cosplay team, Less Than 3 AKA LT3.

 

Cutiepiesensei

A Real Marvel

Cutiepiesensei is another talented cosplayer who shows that your skin color should never define what costumes you create. Her Wonder Women, Velma and Captain Marvel are all proof of that.

Evenink

Coming To Us From Easter Europe

Irina Sabetskaya is coming at you right out of Ukraine. She is an extremely talented cosplayer that operates in an almost chameleon like way. She can take on any character and it is more than a costume, every photo is almost like a little performance with her showing off.

Pamela Horton

   A Different Kind Of Playmate

Pamela “Pam” Horton is an American YouTuber, model, and former Playboy Playmate. Though she officially game into the geek world through her association with her now Ex-Boyfriend Ian Hecox, she has quickly garnered her own fan base. And if you wondering how nerdy this women is, then look no further than her very awesome Youtube Channel.

 

Heidi O’ferrall

Not Just An Ex-Wife

Though she may now be known for being someones Ex it would be unfair if we used that as the only way to remember her. Heidi is an excellent cosplayer.

 

Enako

Japan’s Finest

Enako has been cosplaying since 2007. Though she has moved beyon simple cosplay as she has organized the idol unit “Panache!” commencing on August 16, 2012. This group dissolved on April 26, 2013 and Enako entered a temporary hiatus in her idol activities. But since 2015 she has been back and bigger than ever.

A J Mendez

This Ones A Fighter

With these lists we have tried to pull together a wide variety of women to mix things up and show that nerd is never one thing, but in the case of  AJ we really have something unique here. AJ is most famous for being a professional wrestler. She is best known for her time in WWE under the ring name AJ Lee. Though she has moved on from that to be an author. In her spare time she spends it with comic books, anime, and video games.

Tina Guo

Feeling A little Classical ?

Arguably one of most famous classical musicians alive on planet Earth, this bombshell is an epic talent. Tina is is a Chinese-American cellist and erhuist from Shanghai. Her international career as a cellist, electric cellist, erhuist, and composer is characterized by videos featuring theatrical backdrops and elaborate costumes, a range of genres, and an improvisatory style in film, television, and video game scores. She has had the distinct pleasure of working with Hans Zimmer and when not recording music managed to also write a book and do a lot of charity work.

 

Kennedy McMann

The Girl Detective

Kennedy McMann is an American actor and singer and completed her BFA in Acting from Carnegie Mellon University in 2018. So why is that important – well she just landed the lead role in the new Nancy Drew. I guess we can expect big things from her. So how exactly does she get her nerd cred – well it has recently been revealed that she is an avid Dungeons and Dragons player. Which makes sense, especially for creative types.

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