Shandra Williams

Senior Multimedia Designer
Manager of Multimedia Projects

Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center (PSC)

Email: | Phone: (412) 404-3824 | Connection: LinkedIN


Shandra is the Senior designer and developer at Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center at Carnegie Mellon University. Her role involves the design and customized development of web projects. Her management and design of digital asset distribution, print publications and overall marketing resources supports PSC's vision and mission at Carnegie Mellon University. 

Shandra is currently providing STEM curriculum development through technology for PSC's GCODE Program for Students. GCODE introduces girls in grades 6 through 12 to basic programming concepts, UX/UI frameworks and Mobile application development to build awareness of 21st century careers in technoogy and cyberscience.

Prior to joining PSC, Shandra served as lead systems designer at the Institute for Learning, University of Pittsburgh where she developed online portal communities for national school districts in NYC, San Diego and LA primarily used for document management, online threaded and asynchronous discussions, and other knowledge sharing development tools to support professional development for educators. 

Shandra "gives back tech value time" to national organizations Black Girls Code and Goodie Nation which provide tech opportunities for girls of color and startups led by women/POC, respectively. Through her volunteer efforts, She has exposed over 300 girls to computer science and programming as well as supported the launch of 10 startups tackling homelessness, food waste, youth violence and emotional intelligence intervention in teens.

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