Kirsten Henagin hails from small town, central Minnesota. She joined the Fargo-Moorhead community in 2012 to study Marketing and Global Studies at Concordia College. Kirsten is now a Sr. Associate at Eide Bailly in their Technology Advisory Services practice. In her job, she helps business leaders navigate the changing technology market and make informed decisions about their processes, organization, and their technology investments.
Kirsten started volunteering with Girl Develop It in the fall of 2017 by organizing the chapter's social events. Kirsten chose to volunteer with Girl Develop It because it creates a space for women and non-binary adults in the community to learn, challenge themselves, and support each other when trying something new.
When she isn't working, she spends time with her boyfriend, Justin and rescue mutt, Rory.
A self-proclaimed Southernized Northerner, Theresa moved to Fargo in 2018 to work for Microsoft. A huge move that is proving to be the right one. Theresa understands the power of inspiring change through food, business, and technology. Theresa’s passion is working with women to achieve their goals no matter how big or small. As a hospitality and finance double major graduate of NC Central, Theresa is excited to bring Girl Develop It to those who may never think to take a coding class. When not breathing all things tech, she enjoys watching Korean television shows and cooking.
April Stevenson is a Procurement Data Associate for Border States Electric. She is a lover of data and coding. She joined GDI at the beginning of 2018 and wanted to teach herself how to code by diving into it. While on the journey of learning how to code, she wanted encouragement and along the way found a sense of community within GDI.
When not working, April loves video games, watching food YouTube videos and discovering new places.
Shannon works as the Product Design Director at CoSchedule. CoSchedule is an editorial calendar for content marketers that schedules, organizes, and manages content all in one place. Shannon is a web designer turned front-end developer that believes design is more than what something looks like, it is about how it functions for the user. After designing websites for many years, Shannon decided she wanted to start building the websites she was designing. While learning to code she came across Girl Develop It and her curiosity in this program led her to get involved and start the Fargo Chapter with Megan Otto.
When she isn’t teaching code she likes to hang out with her pups Beans and Sully and her husband Adam.