President & Founder
Armaan got the idea for the club when visiting a “civic hackathon” in Indianapolis: a 24 hour event where teams compete to find coding solutions to community problems. Besides Code for Change, he also participates in the HiLite Newspaper, Techounds Robotics Team, Science Olympiad, and Boy Scouts. In his free time he likes to program, bike and go camping.
Evan assisted in starting the club when Armaan told him about the Civic Hackathons. Evan worked at an electronic health records company over this past summer doing coding. He is also the digital design officer of Rho Kappa, troubleshoot lead of Computer Building Club and he is participating in the school robotics team and Model UN. In his free time, he likes to hang out with his friends and family.
Chief Technology Officer
When Jared's friend, Armaan, approached him with the idea of a club dedicated to using coding skills to serve the community, Jared jumped on board. He has been programming for several years and has developed a variety of skills. Besides Code For Change, Jared works part-time, develops for a variety of projects, and enjoys computers, games, and movies.
Joe was offered a position when the club was first founded but declined due to prior commitments. When his schedule cleared up he immediately started to help build Code for Change's first major project: Sapphire. When he isn't debugging a Code For Change project, Joe competes in Science Olympiad, goes backpacking with his family and plays music with his brother.
Andrew has worked with Code For Change since it first began. When it became clear that better communication and public relations would be vital to the club's development, Andrew stepped up to bat. He has been invaluable in keeping everyone in the loop and has helped keep the club growing. He is also a co-founder of the Carmel Quiz Bowl Chapter, Planetarium club leader and works at Laser Flash in his spare time.