Program Director and Software Development Instructor
Ken worked as a software developer for more than a decade, developing aircrew and tactics training systems for the naval aviation community. He has a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science from the University of Virginia, a Master of Software Engineering degree from the University of Maryland University College, a certificate in community college teaching from Seattle University, and is a Certified ScrumMaster. His primary interest areas include software craftsmanship, technical leadership, computer science education, and diversity in computing.
Tina has taught as a Computer Science and Information Systems instructor for 20 years. She earned her Bachelor’s from the University of Washington in Cognitive Science, her Master of Arts in Theology from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary, and a Master of Science in Computer Information Technology from Regis University. Having developed websites for organizations with thousands of users, she brings a wealth of experience to the classroom. Her primary professional interests include women in technology, database systems, and Agile development methods. Tina is a Certified ScrumMaster.
Josh has taught Computer Science and Web Development since 2011. He holds a bachelor’s degree in Computer Science and Systems from the University of Washington, and a master’s degree in Computer Science, also from the University of Washington, and is also a Certified ScrumMaster. His primary interests include web development, data analysis, algorithms, artificial intelligence, and discrete math.
Susan has over a decade of software development experience in diverse environments such as manufacturing, research and development, oil and gas, health care, education, and developer tools. She gained this experience by working in large corporations and by starting up a small software development company. Susan also has over ten years of experience teaching computer science and mathematics courses and is a self-professed lifelong learner. She holds a Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering from the University of Virginia, a Master of Secondary Education from the University of St. Thomas, and a Master of Science in Statistics with an emphasis on Biostatistics and Bioinformatics from the Texas A&M University. Her current interests are on promoting diversity in the tech industry, computer science education, network and cloud computing, and data science.
Tyler has more than a decade of programming and web development experience. He gained this experience while working as an IT professional, freelance developer and working in higher education as both a member of faculty and staff. He earned a Bachelor of Arts in Computer Science from Malone University and a Masters of Business Administration from Waynesburg University. His current interests include strategic problem solving, website design and development, and partner & group programming.
Andy has over a decade of project and program management experience in higher education. He holds a Bachelor’s degree in English Literature and Language, and a Master’s degree in Rhetoric and Writing. He’s also a Python programming enthusiast and a Certified ScrumMaster who blogs frequently about innovating in the applied baccalaureate space. His primary interests include Python, data analysis, digital marketing, and helping students with non-technical backgrounds find a new start in tech.