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Savvy Coders Announces New Advisory Board

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ST. LOUIS - Sept. 13, 2018 - Amzeal -- Savvy Coders today announced they have created a new Advisory Board to help the firm achieve and maintain strong corporate growth.

The Advisory Board includes a number of St. Louis area business owners and executives with a variety of technology and educational backgrounds.

Board members include…

Jason Stone, Senior Vice President of Digital Strategy at Engage Software.

John Krewson, Founder and President of Sketch Development Services.

Kianna Reed, a Project Manager with OCI Computer Software.

Melissa Pabst, MBA, a former industrial chemist, web developer and Savvy Coders Bootcamp Grad with a passion for STEM careers and life-long education.

•Stephanie Grimshaw, a career coach with over 20 years of experience in Human Resources, Career Coaching, Business Development and Technology.

Sherita Hagler, MBA, a Catalyst for STEMSTL, an STEM Learning Ecosystem that aims to ensure all learner have equitable access to high-quality STEM learning and career opportunities.

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"Savvy Coders is excited to have such a great group of top notch business professionals and educators join our Advisory Board. They bring a wealth of knowledge and technology expertise to assist us as we expand our services and offerings," said Elaine Queathem, Founder of Savvy Coders.

"The Board will help us reach our strategic goals as we continue to help those in the area's underserved communities learn valuable web development skills in order to pursue employment opportunities in the booming tech industry."

Savvy Coders provides a technology boot camp in an intensive 80 hour course on the most up to date techniques on HTML5, CSS3 and JavaScript. It is a joint effort of Savvy Coders and community agencies to teach a solid foundation of software development skills to the underemployed and unemployed in the St. Louis area.

The mission of Savvy Coders is to teach the basics of web design and programming to everyone with the desire to learn. Because knowing how to code isn't just a neat thing to know, it's an essential skill.  Whether you are new to the job market, interested in changing careers, or looking to add today's skills to your already extensive expertise, Savvy Coders can give you an advantage in the St. Louis market and beyond. Scholarships are available for those who qualify. Those who can self-fund the training are also welcome. For more visit https://savvycoders.com.

Source: Savvy Coders
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