Just a handful of folks who keep this place up so that our instructors can be their best!
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.
Originally from Austin, Texas, Melissa holds her BFA from Sam Houston State University. Prior to working at The Coding Space, she served as Director of Operations for a private music school in Manhattan. She is passionate about education and cultivating creativity. In her free time, she enjoys performing in local plays and musicals, cooking new recipes, and traveling.
Melissa is thrilled about the chance to expand opportunities with the company, as well as help both the current and incoming students!
Aspen is a passionate educator originally from San Antonio, Texas. She received a Bachelor’s Degree in Mechanical Engineering at the University of Texas at San Antonio and while in college mentored a robotics club for elementary students. It was here she found her passion for making STEM education and coding accessible to all students. Prior to working at The Coding Space, Aspen worked in the non-profit sector bringing STEM education programming to low income students.
As the Program Director for The Coding Space, Aspen is excited to continue building programs for students that help them build confidence in their coding skills and themselves.
Pelle is a lifelong learner from Suffolk County. He received his Bachelors in Biological Chemistry from Grinnell College, and went to graduate school at the University of Michigan for Bioinformatics. At Grinnell College, he taught Biological Chemistry, Organic Chemistry, and Computer Science. He believes everyone should strive to think critically whenever possible, and thinks learning coding an efficient way for many people to achieve that goal. In his free time, he enjoys board games, Frisbee, and thinking about the larger problems.