Netted Guest Stars: Reshma Saujani, Founder of Girls Who Code - Netted
Guide • June 23, 2016

Netted Guest Stars: Reshma Saujani, Founder of Girls Who Code

Girls Who Code Founder and CEO shares 5 tools for getting girls involved in coding and tech
  • Netted Guest Stars: Reshma Saujani

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    Girls Who Code‘s single mission is to close the gender gap in technology. After you check out the amazing things they do, flip through Reshma’s five picks, in her own words, for apps, sites, and games that illustrate gender gaps in tech and encourage girls to engage in the STEM fields.

  • GoldieBlox

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    “Debbie Sterling is one of my favorite Girls Who Code role models and GoldieBlox is just genius. GoldieBlox completely disrupted the pink aisle and created role models for young girls to explore STEM concepts through cool, interesting, and smart characters.”

  • Roominate

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    “Alice Brooks and Bettina Chen saw that girls’ toys were lagging behind in the development of spatial skills, hands-on problem solving skills, and confidence with technology. Roominate brings a unique blend of building, circuits, design, crafts, storytelling, and creativity teaches kids while they play.”

  • Vidcode

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    Vidcode is a video coding platform, designed with girls in mind, that is not only self-expressive, but it’s also paired with a hobby girls love—creating and sharing videos.”

  • Gap Jumper

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    “I am so inspired by our girls and the projects they create in our programs. GapJumper is one of those projects that really hits home why it’s so important that the people who are using our products are building our products. Gap Jumper is a game that illustrates the wage gap between the genders and different ethnicities. Warning: It’s pretty addicting!”

  • I'm a Girl Who Codes

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    “We know role models are hugely important in getting teen girls interested in coding and tech. Our blog features interviews with our alumni and engineers working in the field in hopes of inspiring the next generation of female technologists.”

  • Netted Guest Stars: Paul Murphy, CEO of Dots

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    When you’re done playing Dots and Two Dots, check out Paul Murphy’s top 5 picks, in his own words, for mobile games that are actually worth your time.