These brilliant girls are solving real-world problems with technology

Women are largely underrepresented in entrepreneurship and technology. In fact, “one third of entrepreneurs are women, 4 in 1,000 female college freshmen want to major in computer science, and 50% of women who are in STEM careers leave the workforce.” This is according to Technovation, a program of the nonprofit Iridescent, that aims to change these statistics by educating and inspiring girls to solve real-world problems through technology.