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 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.