|Dr. Megan Olsen, Computer Science Associate Professor, is the director of the camp. She spends much of her time teaching computer science to college students, but she also enjoys hiking, baking, reading, and playing video games. She organizes the Maryland Aspirations in Computing Award, to which high school girls are eligible to apply. To find out more you can visit Dr. Olsen's website.|
|Chiara Maalouf is currently an undergraduate computer science and applied math double major at Loyola University Maryland. She is a rising junior who is currently learning how to play the ukelele, loves to sing, and can rap every word to Hamilton An American Musical. She also loves playing PokemonGo in her spare time. Besides helping out with Camp BaltiCode this summer, she will also be conducting computer science research with Dr. Olsen.|
|Sarah Flaherty, an undergraduate computer science and applied math major, currently attends Loyola University Maryland in the class of 2020. She spends much of her time outside of class playing soccer, traveling, and babysitting! Sarah is working at Johns Hopkins University this summer, analyzing relationships between the human brain and specific human functions, and she is excited to take part in Camp Balticode.|
|Dr. Raenita Fenner, Engineering Assistant Professor, will be helping throughout Camp Balticode. Dr. Fenner's favorite color is pink, and her favorite food is macaroni and cheese. She attended college at Morgan State University. She enjoys playing tennis in her spare time. To find out more you can visit Dr. Fenner's website.|
The fastest way to get in touch is via email. Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll get back to you within three business days, but generally much faster. You can also reach Dr. Olsen via her office phone at 410-617-2852; please leave a detailed message, your name, and your callback number.