Opening season 2 of the California National Organization of Women's Feminist Friday, CA NOW interviews Natasha Ravinand, author of Girls With Dreams, on her ventures to make coding accessible for young women. Watch the interview here.
Young Entertainment Magazine interviewed Natasha Ravinand on the gender gap in STEM, the inspiration behind Girls With Dreams, and future plans. Read the article here.
The 2018 MaximoWorld conference, held in Orlando, Florida, has selected Natasha Ravinand to be a featured speaker on Women in Reliability and Asset Management.
The June 2018 issue of the Midwest Book Review's online magazine "Children's Bookwatch" features a review of "Girls With Dreams", citing it as a Reviewer's Choice. Read it here.
Katherine from the Nerdy Girl Express, a topical website dedicated to all things related to young women, reviews Girls With Dreams here.
Only 29% of all science and engineering workers are female, and far fewer are minorities. Natasha Ravinand, author of Girls With Dreams: Inspiring Girls to Code and Create in the New Generation is a high school junior with a passion for STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math), who is striving to close the gender gap in tech. She talked about the reasons that girls lose interest in STEM subjects, and why the inclusion of women and minorities in technical workplaces is so important.
Popular blog, Nothing in Particular, reviews Girls With Dreams by Natasha Ravinand. Read the review here.
Greg Laden, a trusted voice in book reviews, analyzes and breaks down Girls With Dreams in this comprehensive thought piece. Read it here.
The Pages in Between, an established blogging spot for book-lovers, reviews Girls With Dreams here.
On The Neil Haley Show, Sareal Segment, The Total Tutor Neil Haley and Sara Bella interviewed Natasha Ravinand, Author of Girls With Dreams. Hear the interview here.