A Girls Who Code alumna’s journey to entrepreneurship

Karina Popovich is an entrepreneur and Girls Who Code alumna

“Confidence looks great on everyone, but so many girls are not confident in their skills or even their bodies. I want to lead by example to change that.” — Karina Popovich

The making of a business card: first, I laser cut all of the text onto the aluminum card, then I cut some vinyl for my email and the logo on the back, and finally, I 3-D print my name and website.

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