Marlin Williams founded Sisters Code, a global social enterprise with a mission to educate, empower, and entice women ages 25 – 85 to explore the world of coding and technology.
She went from an aspiring Mortician to Coder, Deputy Chief Information Officer and Technology Entrepreneur.
After college, Marlin was an aspiring mortician working at a funeral home until she heard about a technology corporation’s boot camp. Participants learned to program in seven different languages in 13 weeks. At the age of 25 Marlin took the challenge, joined the company and survived the boot camp. In less than a year she was developing and maintaining code for the automotive and banking industry, along with other exciting projects.