Marianne Smith

Marianne Smith is a founder of Code Girls United and has been teaching the program for the last four years and helping to run the organization . She is an adjunct Computer Science Professor at Flathead Valley Community College.  She is an engineer with BS and MS degrees and has over 25 years of technology and business experience including NASA engineering experience. 

Beth Schecher

Beth Schecher is a Code Girls United founder who has been teaching the program for the past four years and helping to run the organization. She is a Business Consultant with over 30 years of technology and business experience. She has a BS in Computer Science and an MBA. Her focus has been with transportation, law enforcement, data technology, and finance industries and she has worked with Fortune 500 companies as well as small businesses.  

Jim Goudy

Jim Goudy is a Associate Professor, Computer Science/Web Technology. He is the program director for both Computer Science Transfer Program and the Programming and Gaming Program at Flathead Valley Community College.

Devin O’Donnell

Devin is an attorney with Gravis Law working out of our Whitefish, Montana office. Devin was born and raised in Seattle, Washington, but his family has resided in the Flathead Valley for multiple generations. Devin attended Oregon State University where he obtained a Bachelor of Science degree in Finance. He moved on to obtain his law degree and Master of Business Administration from the University of Minnesota.

Liz Bernau

Liz Bernau is a Montana Native and teacher at Russell Elementary in Kalispell. Liz has been teaching for 17 years which includes first and third grade and currently teaches technology to early kindergarten to fifth grade students. She has a Masters of Arts in Teaching and Learning with Technology and Bachelor of Arts in Elementary and Special Education. Liz is a founding member of Code Girls United and is passionate about the vision of girls being exposed to the computer science field.

Allison Smeltz

Allison Smeltz is a Business Analyst at WaterStreet Company.

Amy Moore

Amy Moore is a software engineer at National Flood Services.  She graduated from Montana State University with a computer science degree. 

Tim Monroe

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