Reshma Saujani, a New York City lawyer with political aspirations, founded Girls Who Code because she wants to see more women break into the traditionally male-dominated fields of technology and entrepreneurship. Saujani talked about those efforts during a keynote speech in January, "Women Hold Up Half the Sky," at Real Estate Connect New York City.

Reshma Saujani, a New York City lawyer with political aspirations, founded Girls Who Code because she wants to see more women break into the traditionally male-dominated fields of technology and entrepreneurship. Saujani talked about those efforts during a keynote speech in January, "Women Hold Up Half the Sky," at Real Estate Connect New York City.

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