Continuing our Forbes 30 under 30 series, I got to talk to Julia Haried. As the co-founder of MakerGirl, she's working to pave a new path for girls.
It all started in a social entrepreneurship class at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign when Julia and Elizabeth Engele were inspired by the question "What bothers you?".
Motivated by their past experiences, MakerGirl was created to inspire young girls to pursue STEM fields through 3D printing sessions in an effort to shrink the gender gap.
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