girls who code
Great one!  Ms. Saujani here is my attempt to post your initiative on my blog to reach out helping you on getting qualified teachers for entrepreneurship, robotics or designing.

But it's about more than teaching girls to code and introducing them to a possible career in technology. Ms. Saujani says the movement has a broader mandate: to change cultural perceptions of technology as a career. "Girls tell me they want to be forensic scientists, maybe because they saw CSI," she says. "Engineering and technology needs that. We need to make coding cool." There's also another problem she needs to solve, that of finding qualified teachers that can actually lead classes on robotics, entrepreneurship or website design.