Inc Magazine’s Kerry Close shares how three high-powered women entrepreneurs sounded off on the best ways to drive more diversity in tech.
When Reshma Saujani was toying with starting Girls with Code, an organization that teaches computer science skills to high-school-aged women, she faced a number of obstacles. Not only did she have zero coding experience, she met resistance from mostly male professionals in the industry. They would say that there’s no need for the company. Ultimately, they were wrong. Girls Who Code has helped train nearly 4,000 girls in 29 states since launching in 2012.
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