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Erasing Women in Tech: How ‘60 Minutes’ Ignored Women’s Voices, Stories, and Expertise

A response from the founder and CEO of Girls Who Code

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AAlmost a year ago, 60 Minutes producers contacted Girls Who Code. The news show was working on a segment about girls and computer science and wanted to better understand what initiatives to close the gender gap in tech were…




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Reshma Saujani

Reshma Saujani

Founder @GirlsWhoCode & Marshall Plan for Moms. Activist. NYT Best Selling Author. Mother. Daughter of Refugees.

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