I realized that I was destined for coding greatness when I launched my first website at the age of 10 - it was a site that sold custom content for the sims. I grew up poor, but my mom somehow pulled together enough money to buy me a desktop computer and I've been completely obsessed with technology and its effects on our world since.
I graduated from Wellesley College with a B.A. in Cinema and Media Studies and Psychology, which is quite the departure from software development. I've been all sorts of things: a television writer, a paralegal, a nanny, a librarian, and now, a web developer. In all of my very different jobs I'm passionate, innately curious, and supremely driven.
Why did you switch from television writing to law to coding?
It's simple: I have a million passions. I soak up new information like a sponge and I like giving everything the good college try at least once. It turns out that I'm proficient at anything I set my mind to.
What else should I know about you?
I'm great on a trivia team.