Video: Sisters Code featured on MSNBC’s Home Grown Detroit with Joy Reid- Bridging the Gender Gap in Technology

Marlin Page, founder of Sisters Code, speaks with Joy Reid about efforts to close the gender gap in coding and emerging technologies.

 

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2 Responses to Video: Sisters Code featured on MSNBC’s Home Grown Detroit with Joy Reid- Bridging the Gender Gap in Technology

  1. Medgar L. Clark - Detroit says:

    I have been knowing Marlin for some years now and just so glad that she is leading this effort.

    A “tech wiz” leader that has been around her hometown making sure that our young people (especially young ladies) see the phrase “now I can see what I want to be”. That phrase was borne out of the image that Detroit youth didn’t see IT professionals like themselves.

    Lets all continue to support Marlin’s efforts in making sure that diversity prevails in this industry as Detroit remakes itself as the Midwest IT hub. Go Marlin as you rock The D.

    Your Homie,
    Medgar L. Clark
    Detroit

    • marlin says:

      Medgar,

      I appreciate your comments and I appreciate you. Thank you for the kind words and I promise to continue to do my part.

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