Derek Dohler '10 Awarded 2013 Code for America Fellowship

From codeforamerica.org:

More than 550 people applied for a 2013 Code for America Fellowship. Men and women from across the country and around the world applied to the program with backgrounds ranging from back-end development to urban design. From that impressive applicant pool, we selected 29 people who form the 2013 class of Code for America Fellows. Here they are...

Derek Dohler
Derek is a software developer and lawyer. He spent the past two years living in Georgia (the country), working for Transparency International Georgia. In Georgia, Derek oversaw and contributed to transparency-focused technology projects, scraped government websites, and adapted a version of FixMyStreet for Tbilisi, Georgia’s capital. Derek also contributed to Georgia’s Open Government Partnership Action Plan. Derek holds a bachelor’s degree in Computer Science from Washington University in St. Louis, received his law degree from the University of Chicago. In his spare time, Derek enjoys bicycling, dancing ballet, and learning languages.