Sara Cope is a senior developer with GSA Digital Service, and CSS guru with over 10 years of experience. She has a B.S. in Management Information Systems from Wright State University. When Sara isn't immersed in all things web, she can be found playing tabletop games and supporting her local park system.
K. C. Jones-Evans
K.C. Jones-Evans is a software developer with Applied Information Sciences. She has a B.S. in Computer Science and over 6 years of experience in the complete development cycle of software, from initial requirement gathering to maintenance of completed systems. K.C. enjoys spending her free time doing cross fit, crocheting, discovering new food spots, and of course playing on her computer.
Katy is a self-taught developer currently working as a developer at Sparkbox. Prior to pursuing a career in programming, Katy worked as a writer/editor and spent almost ten years as a community and regional planner. In addition to building websites, she enjoys spending time with her husband and two kids, and reading and writing books.
Catherine builds responsive websites up and down the stack with Sparkbox, focusing recently on a single enterprise level design system. Catherine has a strong passion for education; she spends her free time volunteering with Girl Develop It, sitting on the local leadership team and teaching code classes. Her other hobbies include reading, video and tabletop games, and making cat jokes.
Ren is a developer and designer at Mile Two. She has an enthusiasm for learning and creative problem-solving. She has a masters and bachelors in fine arts. Some other things she enjoys include running, comics, and digital illustration.
Kevin is a software developer with Mile Two. He earned a B.S. in Computer Science from Wright State and has worked professionally as a software developer for 6 years. In his non-work time, he enjoys cross fit, video games, learning more about everything computer-related, and spending time with his wife and cats.
Annye is a Senior Consultant for Sogeti USA, and has been consulting at PNC Mortgage as a developer for almost five years! Two years ago, she helped create a new application to help people get mortgage modifications. A big part of that project was designing a whole new database – one that could hold a ton of mortgage and decision information.
Annye earned her B.S. in Computer Science from Ohio University. She loves reading, riding her horse, and creating cosplays.