Having spent six years as a legal assistant at Amazon, Spencer got bored of the day-to-day and decided to go on tour with the Beach House band. Back in Berlin, he was eager to learn new technical skills and decided to join Le Wagon. 3 months after completing the program, Spencer found a job as Back-end Developer at Berlin's leading FinTech startup.
Wendi has worked as a consultant for 3 years before she decided to move to the startup world, where she worked as a Product Manager. Frustrated of not being able to communicate with developers, Wendi decided to join Le Wagon. Her goal was to upskill herself and understand the ins-and-outs of product management.
After graduating from Germany's leading Business School, Frederike did a series of internships in the domain of marketing and sales. She quickly realised that she wanted more from her future job and decided to learn to code at Le Wagon. Right after, she was hired as a Junior Data Consultant, where both of her business and technical skills are in use.
After graduating in Hotel Management, Julien followed the path of working in the hotel industry. As the urge to create his own startup grew, he came together with two of his friends and they developed their business idea. Web development agency fees being incredibly high, Julien decided that he would become the CTO and learn to code at Le Wagon.
Gerardo has a Business and Finance background. After working at JP Morgan in Chicago for three years, he decided that he wanted to learn something new and change his career path completely. After doing Le Wagon, he first did some freelance projects, and was quickly hired as a full-stack developer at Moonfare.
After having studied Social Work in Spain, Karen worked as a Customer Service Executive at Booking.com in France. She was relocated to Berlin, where she soon realized she wanted a career change. Shortly after having finished Le Wagon, Karen landed a job as a Software Engineer Trainee at Babbel where she wishes to pursue her career as a developer.