Danielle Hubbard is the High School Lead for ChickTech. She volunteers her time to be the liaison between the high school staff and girls to all ChickTech offerings.
Emma Jelley works as a back-end software engineer and is the volunteer coordinator for ChickTech Portland. She is passionate about enabling woman-identifying and non-binary people to explore technical subject matter and career opportunities. She is always looking for volunteers to join the leadership team and to help with ChickTech’s monthly workshops.
Sabrina Perry is passionate about bringing more diversity and inclusion to the tech world and firmly believes in ChickTech’s mission. Professionally, she’s interested in human-computer interaction and designing ethical digital products.
Barbara Harmon is a freelance front-end web developer and graphic designer. Barbara and Sue Robbins are the Portland chapter web team, and Barbara also volunteers occasionally for events. She loves being part of a movement that will enable diversity for women in tech, tech-related careers and training.
Sue Robbins is on the web team. She started her career as an accountant and recently switched careers, to coding after taking classes at Portland Community college. She works as an after school instructor teaching kids to code in Scratch and Python.
Hannah Ross is the Marketing Manager for ChickTech Portland. She has a background in Technical Communications, and has been involved with ChickTech since January 2017.
Maigen has a driving passion to help women in tech, no matter where they are in their career. Leading the Mentorship Program enables her to engage with High School girls as they explore the idea of working in STEM. As a Success Coach, Maigen provides guidance and support for women already in tech as they pursue leadership positions and career advancement.