In this Feb. 15, 2017 photo, Serena Perez-Takaya works on making a phone app simulation while attending Girls Who Code, a program Fort Wayne, Ind. Girls Who Code is a national nonprofit dedicated to closing the gender gap in technology. Women also experience a wage gap compared to male counterparts.(Michelle Davies/The Journal-Gazette via AP)
In this Feb. 15, 2017 photo, Serena Perez-Takaya works on making a phone app simulation while attending Girls Who Code, a program Fort Wayne, Ind. Girls Who Code is a national nonprofit dedicated to closing the gender gap in technology. Women also experience a wage gap compared to male counterparts.(Michelle Davies/The Journal-Gazette via AP) The Journal-Gazette via AP Michelle Davies
In this Feb. 15, 2017 photo, Serena Perez-Takaya works on making a phone app simulation while attending Girls Who Code, a program Fort Wayne, Ind. Girls Who Code is a national nonprofit dedicated to closing the gender gap in technology. Women also experience a wage gap compared to male counterparts.(Michelle Davies/The Journal-Gazette via AP) The Journal-Gazette via AP Michelle Davies

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