Elizabeth is a pioneer in code, having taken a leave of absence from Rochester Institute of Technology's Computer Science program to work at Google, Time Inc., and an early stage startup in New York City.
She co-founded the NYC chapter of Women Who Code, currently with 500+ members, and writes about technology startups and life decisions at AOL Jobs. Talk to her about teaching computer languages, rationalizing decisions, and everything tech projects (particularly front-end!).
In this ten-week course, students will learn to navigate the product cycle, from evaluating users and managing a roadmap to creating an MVP and developing metrics.
Women in Tech Panel: Ask Us Anything
Featuring trailblazing women in tech, we'll hear the stories of highly successful women from different fields within the industry.