Today on the show, Kelly is interviewing Reshma Saujani, leading activist and founder of Girls Who Code and The Marshall Plan for Moms, and author of the new book, "Pay Up." Today on the show, she is sharing statistics about women in the workforce and the "why" behind writing her book: because women are in crisis, and the only way out is to transform our workplaces.
Reshma is on a mission to teach girls BRAVERY, not perfection - and is working to close the gender gap in the tech sector.
Her vision is to transform workplaces into a place where women have the ability to enter and exit the workforce without penalty, a place free from bias, and a place where mental health is just as important as output.
Grab a copy of Reshma's book, "Pay Up," here: https://www.amazon.com/Pay-Up-Future-Women-Different-ebook/dp/B098422MFS
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