Founder & CEO, Marshall Plan for Moms
Founder, Girls Who Code
Reshma's Special Set of Skills
- Balancing motherhood and career
- Brand Innovation
- Copywriting & Storytelling
- DE&I (Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion)
- Public Relations
- Thought Leadership
Before she founded Girls Who Code in 2010, Reshma was the first Indian-American woman to run for U.S. Congress. As she was meeting people in her community and visiting schools, she quickly noticed a stark gender gap in tech and computer science classes, leading her to dedicate more than a decade to fight for women and girls to have a space in predominantly male fields. Lauded as the Most Innovative Non-Profit by Fast Company, Girls Who Code has taught nearly half a million girls through in-person classes, becoming one of the largest non-profits in the country.
Since the start of the pandemic, Reshma has set her sights on advocating for America’s moms, who were disproportionately affected during lockdowns and whose labor value was wrongly overlooked. With the launch of the Marshall Plan for Moms, Reshma has created a national movement and opened up important dialogue about the way society treats moms both in and out of the home.
Reshma’s leadership has changed tens of thousands of lives for the better. Her influence across tech, non-profit, and NGO spaces has upended oppressive systems for the better.
As Reshma pushes for sweeping corporate and societal change to make room for more career-driven women, Reshma has never backed down from her beliefs that more can always be done for women in the workplace.
What Drives Reshma
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