A graduate of Smith College in Computer Science and Theatre, Liana Leahy has over 15 years experience in application development, maintenance and project management in various technologies. She came to the Berkman Center at Harvard Law School with experience in a variety of software development tools, object oriented methodologies, and relational databases.
Liana has since drunk the Ruby on Rails kool-aide and has been happily coding applications for StopBadware.org ever since. She is most proud of the release of BadwareBusters.org and continues to explore agile methodologies, open source software and social networking.
Her endeavors at Berkman include organizing a Ruby on Rails ABCD group as well as gathering women tech geeks on campus. Liana is founder of the Berkman Gender and Technology Committee and frequently blogs to the GenderandTech site as well as to her personal blog Geek Mama: Exploits of a Mom on Rails.