Female CEOs seek to inspire students at Seattle Girls' School

01/23/2014 | GeekWire

The Seattle Girls' School recently took its seventh-graders on a daylong field trip that included stops at technology and fashion companies led by female CEOs. LiquidPlanner CEO Liz Pearce helped the school organize Entrepreneur Day, "to inspire the girls to become entrepreneurs, technologists, and business leaders in our community," she said. Other stops included manufacturing materials company Modumetal, and marketing analytics company Moz, where CEO Sarah Bird told the girls about working at a startup.

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