Claire is a rising second year student at Yale University. In addition to teaching the Alice Workshop this summer Claire will also be working at Fermilab, a particle accelerator laboratory in Chicago. Claire has also been chosen as an undergraduate research team member at the Yale Quantum Institute.. This will be Claire’s sixth year working with the Alice Programming Workshop for Girls, and seventh year programming with Alice.
Gabby is a rising junior at Northwest Guilford High School. She's an active member of the school’s award winning Energy Wise Club. She participated in the Alice Workshop for two years while she was in middle school. Gabby will be attending Weaver Academy for programming in the fall. She plans to pursue a degree in programming.
Dana Murphy is a Master’s student in the Stanford University Computer Science program. In additional to working as a programmer with the Virtual Reality Lab Team on the Stanford campus, Dana will intern with Google this summer. Dana has been programming with Alice since middle school, and has created dozens of animated stories and games. Dana is co-founder of the Alice Programming Workshop for Girls, and a workshop instructor since 2011. Although she is no longer actively instructing the Workshop, Dana has helped to transition the workshop to the next generation of young women helping each other pursue an interest in technology.
Aleis Murphy graduated in 2016 with a Masters from the Duke University Pratt School of Engineering. She is now working with IBM in Bethesda, MD as a Technology Solutions Specialist. Aleis has been programming with Alice since high school, and was a co-founder of the Alice Programming Workshop for Girls.
Melissa Murphy graduated from University of Virginia in 2017. She works as a technical consultant for the Federal Group with Accenture in Washington, DC. Melissa was an instructor with the Alice Programming Workshop for Girls from 2013 through 2015.