Girls Who Code
|Girls Who Code|
|Products||Association Created To Further The Technology Skills Of Young Women|
Girls Who Code is an organization that works to educate, inspire and equip 13- to 17-year-old girls with the skills and resources to pursue opportunities in technology and engineering.
Girls Who Code completed its first program in fall of 2012 with 100 percent of the participants stating that they are definitely or more likely to major in computer science.
The organization was founded in 2012 by Reshma Saujani, who serves as the CEO.
Membership is open to young women from age 13 to 17.
Board Of Directors
- Reshma Saujani, Founder and Chair of the Board
- Marissa Shorenstein, New York State President, AT&T
- Adam Messinger, Chief Technology Officer, Twitter
- Alexis Maybank, Board Chair, Founder and Chief Strategy Officer, Gilt Group
- Jane Chwick, Retired Partner & Co-COO of Technology, Goldman Sachs
- Evan Korth, Professor, Computer Science, NYU Co-Founder, hackNY
- Jamie Miller, SVP & CIO, GE
- Trina DasGupta, CEO, Single Palm Tree Productions