Springside Chestnut Hill Academy (SCH) will be hosting a unique showcase about the ways tech and tech education are changing to be more inclusive—of girls, women, and everyone who’s not yet fully at the table.
This event has been designed for students, educators, entrepreneurs, and technologists as we work toward an inclusive tech industry.
This event and is open to the public. Please join the conversation!
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New York Times bestselling author and SCH technologist-in-residence Miriam Peskowitz will kick off the program. She asserts, “Technology and code are about creativity, self-expression and telling your story. They’re about solving problems, being curious, giggling with glee, building things, making the world a better place and creating the future. ”
Following the opening address, Dr. Youngmoo Kim, Director of the ExCITe Center at Drexel University, will moderate a panel discussion with headliners including:
Miriam Peskowitz, NYTimes bestsellingauthor of bestseller Daring Book for Girls as well as the recently released Code Like a Girl.