ChickTech Austin Leaders

Hunter Hamrick


Hunter works as a Director of Operations on both a national and international level in the music industry while enjoying her passion for volunteering for multiple organizations. With an extensive background in management and experience working within school systems, Hunter enjoys any opportunity to help. She has worked on many community outreach programs, environmental cleanup projects, and youth mentoring programs across the country. The strong female mentors she had in her youth helped lead her to success in the STEM field and she is passionate about helping more young women do the same. If she gets any free time, you can find her outdoors at a lake, camping, visiting national parks, or anything else under the sun. She also enjoys a good cup of coffee and loves to explore Austin coffee shops.

Dana Wen

Co-Mentor Program Manager

Dana Wen is a software engineer, technology advisor, and pianist. She has created software for Zillow, Clean Power Research, and Medio. Currently, she teaches computer programming at Austin Coding Academy. In her first college course as a computer science major, Dana noticed that she was one of only a handful of women in the lecture hall. Ever since, she has been passionate about transforming the tech community into a more diverse and inclusive space. In addition to volunteering with ChickTech Austin, Dana serves as Vice President of 350 Austin, an organization fighting climate change and advocating for renewable energy.

Nikki Singh

Co-Workshop Manager

As a kid I always enjoyed the experiments in Physics building circuits and working with Integrated Circuits. It fascinated me that such small devices could have a profound impact on communication, computing, and information. I became an inspired student of Electronics and Computer Engineering with experience in object-oriented programming, prototype design, developing algorithms and a passion for embedded design. My hobbies include dancing, singing and traveling. I am always seeking to experience different cultures, values and be a part of something exciting and inspiring. I am really stoked to be a part of ChickTech and share a similar passion and excitement for technology with the girls.

JC Silverman

Event/Logistics Manager

JC Silverman is a Workplace Experience Specialist at LogicMonitor, Inc She is passionate about planning events that help create purposeful experiences and forge meaningful relationships and networks. By joining the ChickTech Leadership Team, she hopes to not only pursue this passion but to also give back to her local ATX community. In her free time, she loves going to concerts, traveling, and building connections with others.

Ruth Wu

Co-Workshop Manager

Ruth Wu has been in Austin for about a year. She is currently working in data operations at the Whole Foods HQ in Downtown Austin. She majored in Computer Science in San Diego before moving to Austin. Her involvement in the Association of Computing Machinery, Society of Women Engineers, and Women Who Code inspired her to join the ChickTech chapter in Austin. She enjoys learning new technologies and is excited to help other girls find their passion for STEM. In her free time, she enjoys aerial arts, yoga, and exploring new nature spots in Austin.  

Allison Moujaes

Community Outreach Coordinator

Allison Moujaes is a technical writer at ClearBlade, Inc. Her job includes writing documentation and trainings for the product. She has recently graduated from St. Edward’s University with a degree in Management. During her time there, she served on the board of the school’s chapter of the Alpha Phi Omega service fraternity and has done many community engagement and service projects. She is passionate about STEM education and volunteering in her community.

Susannah Ramshaw

Co-Community Manager

Susannah Ramshaw is a recent transplant in Austin — hailing from Los Angeles, California. Susannah has a background in nonprofit management and higher education, having previously held positions with Designmatters at ArtCenter College of Design, the Colburn School of Music, and the Los Angeles Philharmonic Association. Susannah is passionate about experiential learning and developing unique, innovative and entrepreneurial career pathways for students that are both sustainable and satisfying. As a classically-trained trumpet player, Susannah has performed at the Kennedy Center for Performing Arts and Carnegie Hall. She received a Bachelor¹s of Music from DePauw University in Greencastle, Indiana and studied at the University of Music and Performing Arts in Vienna, Austria.

Janice Jacqueline

Participate Enagement Coordinator

Janice Jacqueline is a an engineering student at Austin Community College. She has started volunteering at ChickTech since her first year of college. Janice had decided to move to Austin to pursue her engineering degree and career since she was in high school in Jakarta, Indonesia. By becoming a part of ChickTech leadership, she’s hoping to gain her network and soft skill. Besides volunteering and being a student, she loves reading, traveling, cooking and yoga!

Julie Jarzemsky

Volunteer Manager

Julie is a programmer and teacher passionate about helping youth gain technology skills. She works for American Youthworks, teaching IT for their YouthBuild program. She started volunteering with ChickTech during their first year in Austin and is now part of the leadership team managing volunteers. After studying Computer Science at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, she moved to Austin to work as a Software Engineer at HomeAway. She worked as a front-end web developer for a few years before transitioning to teaching. In her free time, she enjoys traveling and spending time outside.

Kayla Peace

Website Manager

Kayla Peace is a Web Designer at Results Generation. She earned her bachelor’s from the Art Institute of Phoenix in Graphic Design. After college, Kayla gained a few years of experience as a graphic designer. When the recession hit, a lay off lead Kayla to join the US Army to gain more skills and broaden her horizons. Through her 4 years in the Army, Kayla never lost her love of design and was determined as a veteran, to find a career that used her love for technology and design. 

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