Colleen Graneto, Trenton Huey and Adrienne Dreyfus

Teaches at General Assembly

Colleen is currently working at Airbnb helping to develop and execute their infrastructure roadmap. Before Airbnb, Colleen worked with several different companies and projects, large and small, and across various industries, learning that the path to developing exciting products and highly productive teams always looks different. When not thinking about continuous improvements, efficiency, creative solutions, and prioritization, Colleen enjoys cooking and eating good food, biking, and traveling (she has lived overseas twice). Colleen also runs a small fair trade business designing and importing jewelry made from seeds sustainably harvested from the rainforests of Ecuador, La Pucara Jewelry Collections.

Trenton’s an enthusiastic story teller who loves helping teams discover new insights that drive smarter decision-making. He truly believes that "analytics" is applicable to all industries and enjoys understanding the relationships of how all things interact - professionally, personally, and anything else along the way!

Adrienne studied computer science and cognitive science in college before moving to San Francisco to write code for LinkedIn and Fitbit. Currently she works at Code for America developing software to make government services more user-friendly. Her experience teaching technical topics ranges from helping college students learning C++, teaching high school students how to code in Scratch, and convincing her grandmother to wear a Fitbit. Despite that teaching background she is still incapable of teaching her dog, Rocky Balboa, to sit.

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