RVA Girls Who Code was started in 2017 by a group of young women in the Greater Richmond Area who all focus on empowering women through STEM education. We are excited to continue this after-school club and bring our amazing community together through the mission of Girls Who Code – to close the gender gap and the diversity gap in technology. We understand the importance of getting young women and the greater community not only involved, but excited about this mission.
Aubrey works as a web developer at Mobelux and serves on the Core Team of Women Who Code Richmond, a professional network for women in tech careers.
Sarah works as an Operations Specialist and Community Outreach Coordinator at Mobelux, with a background working with children and developing youth programs.
Brooke is the founding facilitator for the RVA Girls Who Code club, and currently works as a web developer in the DC area.
Angela W. Patton, founder of longtime Girls For A Change (GFC) partner Camp Diva, now serving as the new CEO of GFC and plans to lead Girls For A Change forward.