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Podcast: How Reshma Saujani Helps Girls ‘March Up Into the Middle Class’

Eighty percent of funding for the nonprofit Girls Who Code comes from corporations. There is always a need for knowledgeable coders, especially at high-tech firms.

In this Week’s Business of Giving, Reshma Saujani , founder and CEO of Girls Who Code, discusses the rise of her organization, which has taught 53,000 girls in all 50 states to code. The organization encourages girls to choose science, technology, engineering, and math courses as a path to promising careers.