Mina Markham is a Sass-lovin’ front-end architect in Brooklyn, NY. She’s actively involved in the tech community, founding the Dallas chapter Girl Develop It, teaching for Black Girls Code and organizing Front Porch. As a developer at Hillary for America, she specializes in building responsive applications and modular CSS architecture. Mina has presented at various conferences and events, including Front-End Design Conference, Distill, O’Reilly Fluent and Collision. When she’s not crafting sites or teaching others, Mina is probably in her kitchen baking something chocolatey.