This is a collection of interviews and presentations related to the work and mission of Code Scouts and its founder. If you're interested in speaking with us about Code Scouts, feel free to get in touch.

Fast Company: 100 Most Creative People 2013

Code Scouts Executive Director Michelle Rowley named as one of Fast Company's Most Creative People for her work on Code Scouts.

American Dreamers: "Hack the Planet"

Featured in this prestigious compilation of essays, Michelle Rowley outlines how understanding software is the key to affecting change in society, a key motivation behind Code Scouts.

The Oregonian: Portland's Code Scouts help women break into tech industry

Check out this in-depth profile of the Code Scouts program, featured on page B1 of The Oregonian.

The Oregonian: "Amid a shortage of Oregon software developers, efforts to bring more women into the field"

Code Scouts is featured in this Oregonian piece about Oregon initiatives to bring more women into the tech industry.

Willamette Week: "Where the Tech is She?"

Interviewed in a Willamette Week cover story regarding the gender gap in the technology industry, Michelle explains the success she had with her initial workshops and her aims for the future.

GOOD: "Code Scouts Helps Female Hackers Avoid 'Locker Room' Mentality While Learning to Code"

Celeste Hamilton Dennis of talks with Executive Director Michelle Rowley about the inspiration behind Code Scouts.

Presentation at PIE Demo Day 10/5/2012

The first nonprofit to be included in the startup incubator PIE, hear founder Michelle Rowley talk about the project's vision.

KS12: "Early Stage"

Michelle and Code Scouts are featured in fellow Portland Incubator Experiment alum KS12's video sprint about the Portland startup scene and the PIE experience.

Interview on KBOO Radio

Michelle talks with Joe Meyer about some of her personal history, thoughts on the software industry, and the motivation behind founding Code Scouts.

This interview originally aired on KBOO's Digital Divide.

33voices: Empowering Women to Become Software Developers

Michelle talks with 33voices hosts Jenna Abdou and Chase Jennings about the history of Code Scouts and her vision for the future.

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