Many of her projects were satisfying and included analysis on things such as the environmental impact of the Seattle waterfront redesign, the evaluation of a prominent bike path and numerous traffic assessments. However, she grew increasingly frustrated.
“I was frustrated by my day to day work. I love solving problems and saw coding as an opportunity to grow my skill set and bring more innovation into my day to day job.”
“Truth-be-told, I was nervous about leaving my stable job to attend an expensive bootcamp. I did a lot of research and spoke to previous alumnae about their experiences. Ultimately, I decided to take the plunge, and I am so glad I did! Even from my first day, it was obvious that I had found a special type of environment: one that was supportive, motivating, and inspiring.”
“The four of us shared a table during project time and were a fantastic support system for one another during the process.”
“I love doing volunteer work because it helps keep me connected to the neighborhood I live in. Over the past year, I have volunteered with Casa Latina: an incredible organization which empowers latino day-laborers in the Seattle area.”