girls who code

Taylor Richardson raised $50,000 to help send girls to see "A Wrinkle In Time" and Oprah Winfrey matched her funds.
I spent a great part of today reflecting on our first anniversary for Twomentor, LLC. Our Entrepreneurial Road Trip™ is about elevating women in STEM and helping companies build mentoring cultures to better retain Millennials. Our journey is well underway.
These tech professionals breakdown why companies should stop blaming their lack of diversity as a "pipeline problem."
Girls Who Code was founded in 2012 with the mission of closing the gender gap in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math
The gross underrepresentation of women in computer science is not just a problem for the girls who are left out. It's a problem for all of us, because we're not benefitting from the creativity girls have to offer.
"It is our hope that this confidence will propel them on to a track that leads to college."
Brilliant satirical video series skewers stereotypes about women in tech.
Eighth-grade girls outperformed boys in technology and engineering literacy.
The “Women Fight Back” app has a distress alarm to help prevent violence against women.
As I heard Leymah Gbowee and her daughters describe, there is undoubtedly more than one way to be a woman. Maybe we can one day unite around our internal beauty and forget the rest. Ultimately, some women feel empowered naked and some feel empowered clothed, but all women have a right to express and celebrate what empowers and inspires them, without being shamed for that either.
Investing in women-led startups is a long overdue phenomenon in this country. Only 7 percent of all investor money goes to startups led by women.