Story excerpt provided by Crain’s Cleveland Business.
Written by Timothy Magaw.
Nicole McGuire’s love affair with technology started when she received a Commodore 64 on Christmas in 1983.
Almost 34 years later, that interest in technology hasn’t wavered. In fact, she’s built a career out of it and hopes to help other women do the same. Today, she’s the executive director of the recently launched Cleveland chapter of Women Who Code, an international organization devoted to empowering women in the technology sector. Since Women Who Code’s founding, it has grown to include 80,000 members, with networks located in 60 cities and 20 countries. The Cleveland network — Ohio’s second, alongside Cincinnati — already boasts more than 150 members.
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Originally published February 25, 2017.