Blog Archives

Rhia Dixon

This Kansas City native is a software engineer, mother of one, and lover of puzzles, mom & pop shops, and all things Harry Potter.



Tamara Copple

Tamara is a business and reporting analyst in the financial services industry who balances her day job with crafts and GM’ing D&D campaigns. Tamara’s ambition is to be a role model of a woman in STEM for young women.



Erin Bradley

I am an efficiency enthusiast and love to give people the right tools to help make their jobs easier. I find that once our jobs are easier, we have more time to pursue the things that bring joy.



Ivy Nelson

Ivy has worked in public education for over a decade and currently works full time teaching teachers how to most effectively integrate technology into the curriculum. She is passionate about data privacy for students and leveraging technology as a way

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Tasha Graham

Tasha is a healthcare data analyst and mother to a sweet, vibrant, crazy-smart little boy, Silas. She enjoys reading, yoga, all things Marvel, and making people laugh. Tasha believes that as society becomes increasingly diverse, continued efforts in promoting the

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Tabatha Kirke

IT program, product, project profession who loves to see end users get the most out of their tools. Dog mom. Coach. Daughter. Sister. Aunt. Adapter extraordinaire.



Maggie Miller

Fueled by a lifetime love of art and problem-solving, I am an artist, a graphic designer, and a passionate community volunteer. On any given day, you could find me planning a trip (or two), reading a book (or three), or

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Leah Becerra

Leah is a digital journalist with a passion for technology and empowering women. She graduated from the University of Missouri and has lived in KCMO since 2016. She’s also an avid runner and big time food lover.



Melissa Arroyo

Latinx digital marketer and web developer on a mission. Like the perfect introvert, you will find me at home watching Netflix and hanging out with my cat.



Rebecca Román

Rebecca supports Kansas City families through code, tweets, words, and awareness working in non-profit communications.



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