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"name": "Elizabeth (Lizzie) Siegle",
"label": "Developer && Evangelist @ Twilio | writer | events, etc. newsletter 💌: lizziepika.substack.com",
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"email": "lizzie.siegle@gmail.com",
"phone": "call (855) 302-1845",
"url": "https://www.lizziesiegle.xyz",
"summary": "Software dev💻 who loves❤️ devs and helps them be successful🏆. Led teams/projects for Twilio's dev conference, SIGNAL🎙️. \n\nAlso an AI🤖 enthusiast, international + keynote speaker🎙, event-organizer📆, community-builder👯‍♀️, 4th gen. Bay Arean 🌁, and proud Bryn Mawr CompSci alumna",
"location": {
"address": "an airport (probably SFO)"
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"network": "LinkedIn",
"username": "elsiegle",
"url": "https://www.linkedin.com/in/elsiegle/"
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"network": "Twitter",
"username": "lizziepika",
"url": "https://twitter.com/lizziepika"
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"network": "GitHub",
"username": "elizabethsiegle",
"url": "https://github.com/elizabethsiegle"
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"network": "Medium",
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"name": "Twilio",
"position": "Senior Developer Evangelist (L3)",
"startDate": "2021-10-31",
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"summary": "- Focusing on AI APIs, dev tools, communities, events, tutorials, docs, talks, and content. \n\n- Inspiring and equipping developers in the Bay Area and beyond to build the future of communication and customer engagement. \n\nhttps://demo.twilio.com/docs/classic.mp3",
"url": "https://www.linkedin.com/company/twilio-inc-/",
"location": "San Francisco Bay Area"
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"summary": "- Focusing on AI APIs, dev tools, and content. \n\n- Inspiring and equipping developers in the Bay Area and beyond to build the future of communication and customer engagement. \n\nhttps://demo.twilio.com/docs/classic.mp3",
"url": "https://www.linkedin.com/company/twilio-inc-/",
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"startDate": "2018-08-31",
"endDate": "2019-10-31",
"highlights": [],
"summary": "- Inspiring and equipping developers in the Bay Area and beyond to build the future of communication. \n\n- Building cool apps, writing about them, teaching them, speaking about them. \n\nhttps://demo.twilio.com/docs/classic.mp3",
"url": "https://www.linkedin.com/company/twilio-inc-/",
"location": "San Francisco Bay Area"
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"name": "Twilio Inc.",
"position": "Developer Education + Evangelism",
"startDate": "2017-09-30",
"endDate": "2018-07-31",
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"summary": "Remotely working on documentation and IRL speaking at developer events around the east coast as a contractor.",
"url": "https://www.linkedin.com/company/twilio-inc-/",
"location": "Greater Philadelphia Area"
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"name": "Twilio Inc.",
"position": "Developer Evangelist Intern",
"startDate": "2017-06-30",
"endDate": "2017-08-31",
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"summary": "https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QYDlVb1Jp2I",
"url": "https://www.linkedin.com/company/twilio-inc-/",
"location": "New York, New York, United States"
},
{
"name": "SoSpectra",
"position": "Co Director",
"startDate": "2016-02-28",
"endDate": "2019-08-31",
"highlights": [],
"summary": "- Planned + organized largest Bay Area hackathon for underrepresented genders\n- persuaded Lululemon + Benefit Cosmetics to sponsor the 2018 event despite never supporting a hackathon before\n• Led sponsorships, public relations, social media strategy, and marketing",
"url": "https://www.linkedin.com/company/sospectra/",
"location": "San Francisco Bay Area"
},
{
"name": "Department of Computer Science, Bryn Mawr College",
"position": "CS110 + CS206 Teaching Assistant",
"startDate": "2015-09-30",
"endDate": "2017-05-31",
"highlights": [],
"summary": "- Gave quite a few pointers on pointers\n- Led 2 2-hour lab sessions/week for CS110: Intro to CS and CS206: Data Structures; had a lot of regulars\n- Graded assignments",
"url": "https://www.linkedin.com/school/bryn-mawr-college/",
"location": "Greater Philadelphia Area"
},
{
"name": "CodeHS",
"position": "Tutor",
"startDate": "2015-07-31",
"endDate": "2017-12-31",
"highlights": [],
"summary": "- Graded coding assignments in Karel language \n- Answered questions\n- Clarified any confusion from students and teachers",
"url": "https://www.linkedin.com/company/codehs/",
"location": "San Francisco Bay Area"
},
{
"name": "PubNub",
"position": "Developer Evangelist Intern",
"startDate": "2016-05-31",
"endDate": "2016-08-31",
"highlights": [],
"summary": "- Developed iOS, Android, and web apps to showcase PubNub use cases<br>- Concluded each with a technical blog post<br>- Organized ping pong meetup with tech talk for local engineers, interns <br>-gave and assisted with web dev workshops (slides on SlideShare)<br>-gave tech-related talks at meetups like #SFHTML5 at Google SF and Square's WomEng Hear + Now <br>-and more! Check out this post: https://www.pubnub.com/blog/2016-08-25-what-its-like-to-intern-at-pubnub/",
"url": "https://www.linkedin.com/company/pubnub/",
"location": "San Francisco Bay Area"
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{
"name": "Vea Fitness",
"position": "iOS Engineer Intern",
"startDate": "2016-01-31",
"endDate": "2016-04-30",
"highlights": [],
"location": "Greater Philadelphia Area"
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"volunteer": [
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"organization": "CoderDojo South Bay",
"position": "Mentor",
"startDate": "2015-07-31",
"endDate": "2016-08-31",
"highlights": []
},
{
"organization": "Urban Environmentalists",
"position": "SF Lead",
"highlights": []
}
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"area": "Computer Science, English",
"studyType": "Bachelor's degree",
"startDate": "2014-12-31",
"endDate": "2018-12-31",
"score": "3.4",
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"CS 240: Computer Organization",
"CS 330 - CS 330: algorithms",
"Math 215: Linear Algebra",
"CS 312: Computer Graphics",
"Haverford College - CS 245: Principles of Programming Languages",
"CS 246: Systems Programming",
"CS 371: Cognitive Science",
"CS 208: Speech Synthesis and Recognition",
"CS 380: Functional Programming (Haskell)",
"CS 372: Artificial Intelligence",
"CS 215: Human-Computer Interaction",
"Haverford College - CS 206: Data Structures"
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"awards": [
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"title": "1st place @ Accelerate SF Hackathon",
"date": "2023-11-05",
"awarder": "Accelerate SF",
"summary": "https://devpost.com/software/311, https://x.com/swyx/status/1721333417370157207, https://missionlocal.org/2023/11/winner-ai-for-good-hackathon-311-chatbot/"
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{
"title": "3rd place @ Replicate's AI Arts and Crafts Hackathon",
"date": "2023-09-17",
"awarder": "Replicate",
"summary": "https://github.com/elizabethsiegle/ai-replicate-hackathon-CRINGAI, https://x.com/replicate/status/1704207917472460952"
},
{
"title": "National ITA Scholar Athlete",
"date": "2018-12-31",
"awarder": "Intercollegiate Tennis Association",
"summary": ""
},
{
"title": "Google I/O Diversity Scholarship",
"date": "2016-05-31",
"awarder": "Women TechMakers",
"summary": "Diversity Scholarship (full ticket) to Google I/O 2016 at Shoreline Amphitheater. "
},
{
"title": "Bank of America Women in Tech Summit Fellow",
"date": "2015-07-31",
"summary": "Selected as one of sixteen college women to attend Bank of America's two-day women in tech summit in NYC with coding challenges, and technical panels and workshops on Big Data, Information Security, and Mobile Development."
},
{
"title": "Finalist",
"date": "2014-07-31",
"awarder": "Piazza Hack",
"summary": "Finalist at Piazza Hack 2015 held at Palantir in Stanford, CA."
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"references": [
{
"name": "Ricky Robinett",
"reference": "The best folks I know in Developer Relations are humble, empathetic and carry a technical credibility that allows them to help developers around the world be successful. By all those measures of what makes someone great a DevRel, Lizzie sets a bar. She approaches her work with a humility that inspires others. She has empathy for the many different backgrounds that developers come from and situations they find themselves in, allowing her to meet developers where they are when they need help. And she is brings a technical credibility to absolutely everything she does means her work resonates with developers across experience levels -- whether they're just learning to code or have spent decades building software. \n\nI consider myself incredibly lucky to have gotten the opportunity to work with Lizzie and see her work first hand."
},
{
"name": "Tilde Thurium",
"reference": "Lizzie's work ethic, creativity, and deep ML/AI expertise would be an asset to any team. Lizzie builds connective tissue between companies. I've learned a lot watching her partner with other developer-centric companies to run events. She understands how to write relevant, fun, widely viewed technical blog posts that often incorporate pop culture or trending elements. Also, she helped Twilio's developer relations team create a strategy for short video platforms (TikTok, Instagram) which we hadn't previously tackled. Lizzie is one of the hardest working evangelists I've met, who's always on the lookout for ways to grow. I hope we get to work together again someday!"
},
{
"name": "Nupur Bhade Vilas",
"reference": "Lizzie = Energy. Energy = Lizzie. \nThere are few ways of describing Lizzie that doesn't include the word \"energy\". As a developer advocate and a public speaker, she is explosive and inspiring. Lizzie's ability to capture and room and weave compelling stories around complex technical products and solutions is simply put, outstanding. And I do not say that lightly: I have never seen as much applause by a talk or product demo as Lizzie inspires. \n\nWhen Lizzie joined Twilio, we truly lucked out. Her range of skills seems to know no bounds. Besides her \"real job\" as a developer evangelist, she takes on additional tasks outside of her work scope and completes them with perfection. Product Managers actively seek out Lizzie to help them evangelize their products. \n\nHere are just some of the things Lizzie does that are not her \"real job\" — social media management, writing documentation for our AI bot builder (Autopilot), hackathon host, and more! I'm so happy to have met and worked with Lizzie. \n"
},
{
"name": "Dave Nugent",
"reference": "Lizzie is an amazing developer advocate who excels at melding high quality code, engaging content and emerging technical trends. On the downside, her last name is easy to misspell."
},
{
"name": "Stephen Blum",
"reference": "Lizzie 🎉🎉🎉"
},
{
"name": "ed schuler",
"reference": "I have known Lizzie for over 3 years.I was her tennis coach at San Mateo High School from2012-2014.She was he heart of the team for 3 years, serving as captain and being selected Most Valuable Player.In practice, she set tone for hard work,dedication,and never giving up, laying a strong foundation for others to follow.After she went away to college, she kept in touch and came back to help with tryouts and practices.She will always be a role model and mentor to future players at her high school.I would highly recommend Lizzie in whatever field she pursues .Yours truly her coach Ed Schuler"
},
{
"name": "Khushali Desai",
"reference": "Elizabeth is enthusiastic,smart person.She led She++ Code Day event. She has commendable organizing capability. She gave me experience to lead my android workshop for first time. Which gave me lot of confident. She is brilliant at motivating and inspiring people. she believes in spreading knowledge and bringing more women in STEM. "
},
{
"name": "Shriya Nevatia",
"reference": "Lizzie is an extremely organized go-getter who makes sure that things happen. I was a panelist for She++ Code Day, which she organized & led, and she made sure that the event was well-attended, that speakers & workshop leaders were informed of everything necessary, and that the event itself was very valuable and fun for everyone involved. She has great organizational skills and can handle herself very well under time pressure & stress. I'm also working with her on Spectra, an all-female hackathon, and she is a great team member who is reliable & great to work with!"
}
],
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"name": "She++ Code Day",
"startDate": "2016-01-31",
"summary": "She++ Code Day, January 10, 2015\nOrganized event for 85+ attendees came at the Burlingame Library, featuring two keynote speakers, a panel of three college students and five industry professionals (from companies like Intuit, Yelp, and CodePath), and participate in workshops--Android development, Meteor.JS, UX Design, web design, and Python. More on this event on Medium: https://medium.com/@lizziepika/she-code-day-2016-4be611b92e82#.96hgxj9zb",
"url": "http://elizabethsiegle.github.io/codeday.html",
"endDate": "2016-01-31"
},
{
"name": "Singapore Memory Project iOS app",
"startDate": "2015-07-31",
"summary": "At Hackathon@SG San Francisco, we made an Apple watch app (with accompanying iPhone app) that displayed a memory from the Singapore Memory Project database based on location. We used Xcode's built-in map API. The watch showed a description of the memory, and, by swiping, showed a map with nearby memories and a graphic. The iPhone app showed a larger map.",
"url": "https://github.com/elizabethsiegle/SGHack50-2015",
"endDate": "2015-07-31"
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