GIRLS. What’s the first thing you think about? Let me guess. Probably some barbie dolls or Rapunzel in a tower saying, “Save me, my hero. I’m helpless!” People think girls are so “helpless”. We want to change that. Girls have their own strength and power. It all started when we saw a bunch of boys clustered in the tech lab and only a few girls. We were part of those few girls and we felt like we didn’t exactly belong there. If you’re one of those discouraged girls, that’s where we come along. With our campaign #SiliconValleySisters, we’re trying to share the message that we’re here to help encourage those passionate girls.
Our first step in this process was to write the book, ‘Silicon Valley Butterflies’. This book is about an Afghanistani girl who comes to Silicon Valley as a host student. There, she learns about several machines and how they work. This, sparks her passion and excitement to create something new. She also meets her friend Priya, who is what people call a “girly girl”, who changes her ideas about technology. Together, they create a community of girls. Thirty four years in the future, Roya wins the Nobel Peace Award for helping girls in tech. To learn more about Roya’s accomplishments, please read our book. And if you like what we’re doing, please ‘follow’ and 'like' our campaign at www.saniajain.com, https://www.facebook.com/hellosania and https://youtu.be/tq-DnSwUwec
Author: Sania Jain
Number Of Pages: 72
Release Date: 17-11-2016
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