Skylar Soehl, a creative developer and visual designer based in Boston. I’m currently a Northeastern University Student working as a software engineering co‑op for True Fit.
In my spare time, I run all things design for
NU Women in Tech, take on freelance projects, and develop personal initiatives.
My interest in web design and coding began in middle school out of a desire to make my Tumblr blog as cool as the blogs of the platform’s anonymous web-coding gurus, whose HTML + CSS tutorials I followed obsessively. Today, I continue to immerse myself in my love for all things web through tackling projects that deal with interaction design and front-end development.
I was born on Long Island and proud to be raised in a woman-ran household. As a Latinx woman with immigrant heritage, I am fiercely passionate about diversity in tech, accessibility on the web, and hope to one day become an example for what women of color can accomplish in this industry.
During my downtime I like to paint, read in the Boston Public Gardens, loiter in museums, explore craft breweries, go to concerts, surf (on the log), and listen to Fugazi’s Instrument on repeat