she++: The Documentary (12 min: TV-14 DL) energetically proclaims 'Hello, World' after following smart, creative, and trailblazing technologists hard at work in hi-tech. This short documentary collects research and inspirational pieces of Silicon Valley's unsung heroes to galvanize us to explore our potential as 'femgineers'. Written and directed by recent Stanford University good girls gone geek, Ayna Agarwal and Ellora Israni, she++: The Documentary encourages the future CEOs, the innovative engineers, the techies and the fuzzies, the sisters, cousins, and daughters, to break away from the stereotype into a revolutionary field. As technology is becoming increasingly ubiquitous, all demographics must harness new ideas to transform and empower technology. Think of what more 'femgineers' could do.



The newest she++ original shorts will showcase individuals and projects that represent the intersectionality and diversity of computer science, especially its power to effect positive change. Check out the newest she++ original short that showcases a data scientist and rocket scientist using technology to promote diversity on Airbnb's platform.


For more inspiration, check out our past collection of videos that expand on the she++ Documentary’s messages. Each video features a different role model in tech, and the videos allow these high profile individuals to communicate directly with the she++ community.