On October 10, 2017, five Google employees came to Olympian High and spoke to 18 Girls Who Code members. Carrie D’Ascoli introduced her team peers to the club: Ariel Yin, Yanting Zhang, Michael Schwartz and Blair Kutzman. They introduced themselves and talked about their backgrounds as well as how they got started at Google. One engineer asked the girls why they joined the Girls Who Code club. One girl, said since she was a little girl she always wanted to work at Google. She was fascinated at how innovative Google is. Carrie also talked about “being googley”, which she defined as being honest, transparent, and accepting of others, always doing the right thing, and putting the user first. The team offered to come back in the future to see the projects they are working on.