Sandie Greek, the fabulous author of SE Toolkit, studied Information Technology at Princeton University and the history of science at the University of Pennsylvania. After receiving her PhD, she taught for a decade in the Science, Technology, and Society program at Penn, where she also regularly taught courses on engineering ethics and professionalism in the School of Engineering and Applied Science and in an executive doctoral program at the Wharton School.
Aside from teaching, she was into modeling as well. She does not seems brilliant at all with all her programming works and computer projects. Due to change of career and opportunities, she moved from Pennsylvania to New York wherein she is now managing one of biggest IT company in the city and still writing blog articles.
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