1. 2015-16 - Morganne Johnston
  2. 2016-17 - Lauren Saulsberry
  3. 2017-18 - Netra Pradhan
  4. 2018-19 - Katrianna Brisack & Faith Pearrow
  5. 2019-20 - Arthi Krishna
  6. 2020-21 - Tanvi Naik & Cameryn Reaves

Cameryn Reaves. I am a senior at Providence High School in Charlotte, North Carolina. 
She involved in the National Technical Honor Society, became certified in both Microsoft Software Development and Database Management. Additionally, I was awarded a STEM scholarship for a summer program at Central State University in Wilberforce, Ohio. I have also participated on the track team, the Speech and Debate team and the ASL club for Providence.  
I am also very active in my community. I'm involved with my youth group ministry at Elevation Church, I previously tutored kids ages 4-12 at a local Kumon center and I volunteer at my local YMCA. Lastly I am involved in Jack and Jill where I have held numerous positions and currently serve as the Senior Teen President for the Charlotte Chapter.

​Student Leader 2020-21

Tanvi Naik. I am a Junior at Bentonville High School in Bentonville, Arkansas.
Member of the National Honor Society. Volunteer at the Bentonville Library.

Cameryn Reaves - High School Senior ,NC 

Tanvi Naik - High School Junior, AR

About Us

Lil Miss Coder is an organization dedicated to teaching girls how to code. Lil Miss Coder was started by a high school senior, Morganne Johnston in 2015. She felt the class assignments were more interesting to the boys in her class.  She knew there were other girls like her trying to find their place in their coding classes.  She was lucky to have a great Programming teacher, Mrs. Cocanower.  With the help of her teacher and mother she started Lil Miss Coder.  The program activities are led by student leaders from area high schools.  Lil Miss Coder is in their 6th year.  They have been able to bring coding fun to over 200 students and developed 9 future women leaders in Technology. We look forward to extending our reach to others in the future.

"I found myself in a classroom full of boys who seem to enjoy the programming assignments.  I enjoyed programming, but felt the class assignments were not interesting to me as a girl.  So I started Lil Miss Coder to make coding fun for  girls. "

Morganne Johnston, Founder