Meet our winter 2024 Fellows!

Annabel Anty

Passionate and highly motivated, Annabel is a determined young professional seeking entry into the tech industry as a web developer. Arming herself in a solid foundation in coding and committing to continuous learning, she brings enthusiasm and fresh perspective to the world of technology. Annabel is driven by a desire to contribute innovative solutions and is poised to make a meaningful impact in the ever evolving field of web development.

Yaa Boateng

Hello, my name is Yaa Boateng. I’m from Ghana but I currently live in New York.  I work in healthcare as a x-ray technologist because I love imaging. I also love photography and videography so I create content when I can. This tech field is completely new to me but I’m excited and I hope to transition smoothly, so that I can continue to explore other areas and become the best version of myself. Thank you.

Jaylah Davis

Jaylah Davis was born and raised in Las Vegas Nevada. She graduated from the University of Nevada, Reno in 2023 with a B.A. in English and a B.A. in Psychology. She has a passion for cognitive and developmental research, fantasy and science fiction novels, as well as creative writing. She is an avid supporter of the arts.

Mikayla Davis

I’m a Virginia based interdisciplinary creative. My passions mainly lie between the intersections of music, art, and design. Recently, I’ve been integrating my passions into intentional community organizing work. In each project, I strive to broaden my horizons. If I’m not DJing or creating, I’m probably hanging with my cat (on her terms lol).

Eden Goncalves

Eden is a graduate of the Gallatin School of Individualized Study at New York University with a background in education, performance, and public service. She was introduced to the tech industry through the G{Code} Intro to Web Dev Fall ‘23 Cohort. She’s passionate about continuing her learning and strengthening her G{Code} community as a volunteer.

Olivia Hall

Olivia Hall is originally from Dayton, Ohio, but has lived in 10 different states doing seasonal work in the fields of conservation and outdoor education. She values community and connection, and volunteers with a number of different organizations, primarily ones that are focused on uplifting underrepresented people in spaces ranging from outdoor recreation to the tech industry. Outside of technology and design, she has a variety of interests including outdoor pursuits (primarily rock climbing but also biking, whitewater paddling, and hiking), arts and crafts, and media (reading, listening to music, and watching television, movies, and video essays)

Alecxis Kelly

Artist,Product Designer/Textile Designer and entrepreneur interested in classical style of creation now intertwining with futuristic design and technologies within Art/Design.
I am Originally from Philadelphia, PA, have worked in NY, New York now turned remote, interested in overseas relocation and travel in the near future.

Andrea Kiang

Andrea embodies a deep passion for social and environmental responsibility, impact analysis, and community building. Through her involvement in organizations like Correlation One, OnePointFive, and Techqueria, Andrea discovered the transformative power of data analysis in addressing societal inequities, especially for vulnerable populations. This realization became a catalyst for her commitment to honing her data skills with a specific focus on championing social and environmental sustainability.

As she immerses herself in the web development program, Andrea draws inspiration from her involvement in global sustainable communities. Her commitment to uplifting the voices of the most vulnerable populations is evident in her multifaceted approach, integrating technology with a deep understanding of social and environmental responsibility.

Gabriela Meneses

Hi! I’m Gabriela and I’m from Miami, FL. I’m an English teacher and have taught both kids and adults from around the world. I love to travel, learn languages, play chess, sing, and dance. I hope to grow in the tech field with the help of the fabulous folk at G{Code}!

D’Hannah Morrison

D’Hannah is currently working as a broadcast journalist at a local TV station. She went into the news industry after graduating from Hofstra University with a Bachelors of Arts in Television Production. She is now based in Kansas City, Missouri but is a New Yorker at heart. She hopes to break into the tech industry with the help of her friends and teachers at the G{Code} House and very deeply appreciates the opportunity to learn some great new skills and broaden her career horizons.


Xitlaly Quintero-Guzman is a proud Latinx and neuroqueer individual with disabilities from the Southwest Side of Chicago. Xitlaly has always been an individual who has been strongly passionate about supporting efforts in social equity by ensuring that everyone in historically marginalized communities has equal access to the same opportunities, privileges, wealth, health, and well-being. They began their journey of working in the nonprofit sector at the age of 16 and continue to follow through with that same journey to this day. Working in the nonprofit sector inspired them to pursue a career in tech in order to use and share their creativity, designing, leadership, and problem-solving skills, gifts, and talents with their community and others so that they can work in partnership with their community, other communities across their city, and software developers to develop and design mobile apps and websites that will help address a variety of critical community needs and issues, one of them being the lack of accessibility, findability, and discoverability of resources and services, all while incorporating the Asset-Based Community Development (ABCD) model into their work.

Sandy ren

Hello, I’m Sandy. I am currently a student studying marketing with a minor in data analytics. I have previously interned as a marketing intern for a startup, where I collaborated cross-functionally with front-end developers. This experience sparked my interest in web development, which would allow me to express my creativity while honing my logical and analytical thinking skills. During my downtime, I enjoy spending time with my family and traveling.

Nia Scott

My name is Nia Scott. I am from Philadelphia, PA. I have always loved technology and am considered IT support among my family. I am self-taught with HTML but I learned it years ago and have not actively used it in recent years. I’m excited for what this program has to offer because it not only allows me to learn and expand my knowledge, but I get to do it with a supportive community! I’m super excited to grow and explore opportunities as a result of this experience.