ForbesWomen writer Elizabeth Fazzare recently interviewed our founder Emily Pilloton, and published a wonderful piece about the birth of Girls Garage, it’s impact and vision, and how we are thinking about the future. Emily speaks to our model of scale, which prioritizes intimacy and depth versus “drag-and-drop” replication. In the article, she describes, “If ever there comes a time where a girl walks in the door and I don’t know her name, we are too big. I think about growth in terms of depth. How are we serving every girl every day?”