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Founder of Girls Who Code to speak at RIT

The founder of the nonprofit Girls Who Code—Reshma Saujani—is slated to speak at Rochester Institute of Technology on Friday from 4 to 5 p.m. in the Ingle Auditorium. Girls Who Code was launched to help increase the number of women in technology. The organization has reached some 40,000 young girls, in every state—90 percent of whom ...

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