ExecutiveBiz, July 16, 2015
By Mary-Louise Hoffman
The U.S. needs to launch more programs aimed at teaching software development and engineering skills to young women, Lockheed Martin executive Stephanie Hill and Business Software Alliance President and CEO Victoria Espinel wrote in an opinion piece published Wednesday in The Hill newspaper.
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