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About Coni Thomas Walbert

Like the wizard behind the curtain in Oz, Coni thinks the role of operations is to make the company run so smoothly no one ever notices the work. Between a career in advertising and a career in Disaster Management, Coni fell into Operations and she loves it. She has always enjoyed finding creative solutions for problems (solving puzzles) and creating processes so things run effortlessly with a dash of event planning (who doesn’t love a good party?). When everyone one else is running around with their hair on fire, Coni likes to be the one holding the bucket. She approaches business problems with logic, serenity, and a fierce commitment to the agreed upon schedule. Whether in classrooms, boardrooms, or workshops, Coni pays keen interest to the strengths that her fellow teammates bring to the table so she can identify and encourage the best person for a specific job. Coni’s a frequent citizen of the web, of dinner parties, and the Atlanta music festival scene. She likes costumes, quirky design, and DIY projects. Coni doesn’t shy away from challenges, and she’ll organize the heck out anyone else’s until it’s done.

The Women That Inspire CodeScientists to Thrive

2022-02-28T23:05:22+00:00February 28th, 2022|

March 1st kicks off the 41st year that the U.S. has celebrated Women’s History Month. This month recognizes and celebrates the achievements and contributions women have made and continue to make throughout the course of American history. Additionally, Tuesday, March 8th is marked as International Women’s Day, when women

Honoring Black Leaders in Tech

2022-02-08T17:55:42+00:00February 8th, 2022|

Black History Month is celebrated in February to recognize and celebrate the achievements of Black Americans and their roles and impact in U.S. history. In honor of Black History Month, we’re highlighting Black American pioneers in tech. Our industry would be extremely different if it weren’t for their inventions,

CodeScience 2020 Holiday Magic

2021-03-15T04:44:39+00:00January 7th, 2021|

To say 2020 was full of unusual challenges is an understatement. From sheltering in place for months to adapting to virtual for a lot of our annual traditions, unexpected pivoting was the theme of this year. As Cathie covered in our Bringing Bourbon Street Home All Hands recap, we are used

CodeScience’s Annual Halloween Costume Contest Winners

2021-02-18T05:54:42+00:00November 2nd, 2018|

I can’t say this enough...CodeScientists LOVE costumes! And nothing says costume time like Halloween. Sure, plenty of brick and mortar companies host a Halloween event, but throwing a remote group Halloween costume contest? Yikes! Talk about challenging. Who’s up for the challenge? We are! Now, this isn’t our first

Winners of our Annual Holiday Out of Office Competition | 2017 version

2021-02-18T07:51:45+00:00January 11th, 2018|

CodeScientists boast talents that extend beyond work responsibilities. We have jazz musicians, homebrewers, improv comedians, artists, crossfitters, photographers, outdoor enthusiasts, and, one of my favorites, storytellers. Storytelling is a skill that inspires support, defines culture and values, and explains who you are. At CodeScience we have an annual competition

Annual Holiday Out of Office Competition

2021-02-18T11:37:18+00:00November 9th, 2017|

We write a lot about culture and play on this blog, and we aren’t kidding, CodeScientists are as serious about fun as we are about our work. That is never more obvious than with our annual Holiday Out-of-Office message competition. (And please revisit last year’s winners). And the 2016

CodeScience: Creating a Culture of Quirk

2021-02-19T04:27:41+00:00May 10th, 2017|

Maybe you have heard we are hiring?! No? We are. And if you are looking for the best job you’ve ever had, you should start here. For Karen, CodeScience’s amazing recruiter, there is nothing more satisfying than calling up an outstanding candidate and inviting them to join our team.

A CodeScience Halloween

2021-02-18T11:04:07+00:00November 2nd, 2016|

Culture is important for us. CodeScience held its second annual Halloween Costume Contest this week, and it allowed CodeScientists working remotely around the country to celebrate the holiday spirit while working from the comfort of their own home or office spaces. Our annual contest divides costume submissions and voting into

Girls Who Code: CodeScience and Girls, Inc Chattanooga

2021-02-18T07:32:34+00:00April 15th, 2016|

You have probably heard that women are underrepresented in programming and tech jobs.  Female scientists and engineers are concentrated in different occupations than are men, with relatively high shares of women in the social sciences (58%) and biological and medical sciences (48%) and relatively low shares in engineering (13%)

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