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Kesha Williams is a software engineering manager, mentor, speaker, tech blogger, and STEM advocate.
Kesha (pronounced KEY-SHA) Williams is an award-winning software engineer with over 20 years' experience specializing in full-stack web application development using Java, Spring, Angular, and Amazon Web Services (AWS). She has trained and mentored thousands of software developers in the US, Europe, and Asia while teaching Java at the university level. She started her career with the National Security Agency (NSA).
Kesha most recently won the Ada Lovelace Award in Computer Engineering from LookFar and the Think Different Innovation Award from Chick-fil-A for her work with emerging technologies and artificial intelligence (AI). She was recently featured in the Amazon "Alexa Women of Voice" campaign and the #WePowerTech series from A Cloud Guru. In her spare time, she writes Java news for InfoQ, leads the Georgia chapter of Technovation, speaks at technical conferences across the globe, serves as a mentor with the New York Academy of Sciences, and conducts free "Hour of Code" workshops for children at her local library.