Alana Andres is a software engineer intern at Moz, an SEO company based in Seattle. She learned to code in prison (without internet!) at Washington Corrections Center for Women through a program called Unloop. Now, she is passionate about UX/UI and is excited to share her experience at LWT just a few days after traveling to Washington, D.C., to speak with state senators about using technology to improve reentry outcomes for people coming out of prison. If you have recommendations for a new show to binge-watch, come talk to her.
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