His focus is on prison reform and bringing code to those who may not be fortunate enough to receive education and training. In his free time, Mike enjoys (no surprise here) coding! Problem solving and discovering new technologies fosters his love for programming.
She has experience working with NYU’s Prison Education Program and Google’s CodeNext.
She is a graduate of University of Texas at Austin with Bachelors’ degrees in Urban Studies and Sociology, as well as Fordham University, where she earned her Master’s Degree in Teaching.
Jennifer is an executive level advisor on people operations and employment legal matters for technology startups and organizations. She started and led people departments, diversity and inclusion efforts, and strategic planning pertaining to people operations within organizations.
Previously, Jennifer represented employers as an attorney in employment and business law for over 9 years. She served 7 years on the board of directors of Legal Aid of Marin where she provided representation to low income and senior residents in Marin County. Jennifer has also lectured on Business and Employment Law at the University of California, San Francisco. Jennifer has a BA from University of California, Santa Barbara and a JD from Golden Gate University School of Law.
His work continues throughout the nation and community where he has been a part of various panels and discussions hosting and moderating on important issues like Hate Crimes, Racism and Education.