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Our friends are so important to what we do at the West Virginia Coding Club.

Their generosity plays a key role in the success of our program. Thank you to all who have given back to our community!


Advisory BOARD members

 

John Giroir, Former Director of National Youth Science Camp (National Youth Science Foundation), led a flagship program that incorporates STEM education with outdoor experiences in West Virginia.  As Chief Problem Solver at John Giroir Consulting, he advises non-profit organizations with key aspects of their operation and development.

Mark Hammack, Publisher of South Hills Living Magazine, an exclusive publication for the neighborhoods of South Hills.  He also founded a business which provided world-class sales training and innovative business development to the electronic security dealer industry.

Bob Hayton, Associate Professor and Department Chairs at BridgeValley Community and Technical College, has worked in the computer industry for 30+ years developing or enhancing information systems for various companies.

David H. Ramsburg, MBA, Director of the Innovation Center, University of Charleston

Rusty Kruzelock, Executive Director and Chief Executive Officer at West Virginia Regional Technology Park Corporation, has served as researcher, advisor, and consultant for a number of private and governmental agencies.

Melissa Orders, stay at home mother of four, holds marketing degree from Cornell University, and has two children participating in the West Virginia Coding Club.

Deepesh Randeri, Chief Information Security Officer at BrickStreet Insurance, is a certified. Information Security Manager, a Cisco Certified Network Associate and a Accredited Fraud Investigator.

Dr. Reg Greer, Family Physician, Jackson County, graduate of Marshall University School Of Medicine, and has a son participating in the West Virginia Coding Club.

Cody Clay, Former WVU football star and Software Developer at Advantage Technology, Charleston.