Brittany is a Web Developer with experience all over the stack, bringing ideas to life and tackling whatever is thrown her way.
She likes to code, design, and draw. Flexing her creative muscles both with visuals and creating beautiful code is where she’s happiest. The chimera moniker came from her having a variety of interests, most of them revolving around technology. Plus, they’re pretty fun draw. 😉
During the last two years at University, she was introduced to the Dalhousie Women in Technology Society and found her place she belonged within the faculty community. In those two years, she sat as first the Vice President of the society which had at most 4 active members, and then led the society as the President in her final year. By the time her position ended the society had flourished to close to 25 active members.
The women in tech movement has been the driving force for staying in Computer Science for Brittany after starting to struggle after second year. After attending Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Tech in 2015 she felt an inspiration that was unlike any other event she had ever participated in. She wants to share that drive and passion with prospective women in tech, and those currently in it.
Ask her anything! Contact at hi[at]computationalchimera[dot]ca
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