Elaine Marino spearheads a movement championing the underrepresented in the tech industry. Specifically, she has been working in Colorado running Equili, a company creating and running diverse tech programs such as GoCode Colorado and LadyCoders. Her experience ranges from Fortune 500 advertising to Ruby on Rails software development, allowing Elaine to bring a plethora of experience to her client’s tech programs from idea, curation to execution. There is a sweet-spot where technology enhances the lives of people and communities — that is where Elaine thrives.
Fluent in Spanish, Blanca has worked in a variety of capacities, primarily focusing on marketing and project management. In addition, Blanca is experienced at conducting interviews, coordinating and managing digital, event and Hispanic marketing, project management, automation, advertisements, brand identity design, website development and social media with government, food service, higher education and insurance clients.
Alisa is a lifelong marketer, with more than 20 years experience in B2B marketing. She’s built her career through varied roles in software, telecommunications, and internet businesses, with deep experience building demand generation programs and integrated marketing strategies for companies of all sizes. Alisa is excited to apply her experience and skills to support Equili’s mission of building diversity in the tech industry.
Taryn is on a mission to motivate the Denver community through gatherings that foster mentorship and empowerment. It was through gatherings such as these where she recognized the intertwining of building relationships and marketing. The seed was sowed as she began designing and executing cause-related marketing campaigns. Currently, she coordinates various marketing elements with a team, as she finishes out her degree in Organizational Communication. She believes the gifts of organization and creativity are complementary, and strives to maximize both in her personal and professional life. If you can get her to stop dancing you’ll find her passion is serving as coordinator for a local chapter of Teen MOPS (Mothers of Preschoolers).