Six Grade School Girls Build “Hello Navi”, an App for the Blind

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I love to hear stories about girls making a difference in technology.  I think these stories are important because it’s going to empower and inspire more girls to get involved in projects like this.

Girls App for Blind with Border

Congratulations to a group of six grade school girls from Los Fresnos, Texas who took it upon themselves to solve a problem for blind kids. With the help of MIT Media Lab, the girls build an app to help them navigate their way around school. The girls won the Verizon Innovative App Challenge and were recently whisked away to meet President Obama, Bill Nye the Science Guy and Kari Byron from MythBusters for their efforts.

Read more from Techcrunch.

About Suzanne

Suzanne touts an MFA from Southern Methodist University, an Online Marketing specialization from more than 8 years of heavy lifting, an honorary "best mommy" award from her son Zen and a NYC triathlete completion certificate. She is a women's rights activist and humanitarian, believing in equal rights for everyone.
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