Our Staff

Code Youth's Board of Directors; Giselle

Giselle Leduc


Giselle has more than 30 years’ management experience in the not-for-profit sector within several different industries and fields. Her most rewarding work has been within the education and employment sector helping students from all walks of life. Several years of experience as a teacher, coop placement officer, program manager, and executive director in education and employment has given her the skills to help many brilliant people who face barriers find their passion and achieve their goals. Giselle is confident that Code Youth will help some of our most vulnerable youth gain access to life-changing choices.

Munira Mohamed


Munira Mohamed has worked with adults and youth with disabilities for over 4 years. She completed a Developmental Services Worker diploma at Algonquin College and is currently completing an undergraduate degree in Disability Studies at Ryerson University. Munira is a big advocate for equality in Canada no matter the person’s ability and likes to help others realize their strengths within themselves. She has previous experience working with racialized individuals in underprivileged neighbourhoods; helping them get jobs and access needed services. She enjoys working for Code Youth because she wants to help underprivileged youth get an opportunity to prosper seeing she can relate to many of the social issues they face in life. She wants to be that person that helps them get one step closer to their dreams.

Jannat Kaur Singh


Jannat Kaur Singh was first introduced to the web through “Purple Moon”, the first RPG for girls at the time. Currently she creates, codes and writes.  Jannat is a Coding Bootcamp instructor and has taught over 4,000 students from ages 10 to 40+ how to code since 2014 (both online and offline). She is a Fullstack JavaScript, game and VR developer with a passion for Tech-ED and meta learning (learning about learning and how to learn better).

Lee-Ann O’Neill


Lee-Ann O’Neill is an educator with over 15 years of teaching experience in both public and private schools. Over the years, she has become increasingly interested in helping individuals for whom the traditional school setting has not worked. There are many paths to education and when Lee-Ann came across Code Youth, she was happy to help assist with their endeavours. She started as a volunteer with Code Youth researching employment, co-op and intern opportunities for Code Youth graduates and now, as the Business Development Rep, Lee-Ann is creating partnerships with the tech industry to build a community for Code Youth’s participants around mentorship, peer programming and job creation.

Jennifer Spence


Jennifer Spence started her career in education as a certified primary-junior teacher and thereafter dedicated several years to raising her own children with learning challenges. In 2015, she decided on a career change and obtained a Bookkeeping Certificate from Algonquin College and then an Executive Business Administration Diploma from Willis College in 2020. Jennifer has been providing bookkeeping and administration services in the private and non-profit sectors since December 2015 and is excited to be part of a program that helps youth with barriers succeed and move forward in a meaningful career.