Eli fell in love with technology when he started his own web development company, CrossedClouds, in college. Eli was president of Innoblue, the community for entrepreneurs at Penn State, and spread his passion for technology and startups with 4,000 of his classmates through hackathons, workshops and dozens of educational events.
Eli was a part of the user acquisition team at Mozilla Firefox in San Francisco, and worked at Remind.com.
Nicole developed a passion for empowering young women to be leaders in the world of STEAM after her first company SmartPurse was acquired by BetaBrand. She was the winner of the Alibaba Women Empowerment Award, a finalist for Shark Tank, and a writer for The Huffington Post.
Nicole has worked at Popexpert, an education startup in San Francisco. In her free time, she leads Lemonaid, a community for women focused on mental health & human rights.
A graduate of Boston University’s College of Communication, Maddy has always been interested in the ways we use language to convey ideas and connect with each other. This interest has led her to experiences that range from studying Spanish in Madrid, to writing grant proposals in NYC, to building websites for local businesses, to crafting songs on her guitar in her living room.
Maddy sees learning to code as yet another way to use language to express ourselves, collaborate, and continuously create.
After working in marketing for the clothing brand, Free People and in consulting for PwC, Camila joined the Coding Space with the intention to impact not only the relationship kids have with technology, but also the way in which they think about learning.
Her hope is to help kids feel comfortable embracing challenges and develop confidence in their ability to find solutions.