Jill Vollmers

Community Manager for C4C

Jill Vollmers is the Community Manager for C4C. She has been a school counselor for 13 years and is currently a high school counselor at St. Mary’s Central High School, Bismarck, ND.

In the summer of 2019, Jill attended the National Math and Science Initiative (NMSI) K-12 CS Alignment in Dallas, TX where she was exposed to C4C and had the opportunity to listen to the programming that C4C offers. As a result of this exposure Jill became a consultant for C4C – Counselors for Computing a subsidiary of NCWIT – National Center for Women in Technology helping to encourage the next computer scientists.

Jill was the recipient of North Dakota State University’s 2013 Distinguished Education Professional, she also serves as a Board Member and Treasurer for Project Armchair, an organization that reads to children in crisis in the Bismarck area.

She stays busy chasing after her family, enjoys reading, binging Netflix, cooking/baking and radiating positivity.

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