Paige Prescott is the Program Manager for Project GUTS. She has been involved in Computer Science education for more than ten years and Science education for almost 20 years. She began her computer science experiences by bringing programming into her science classrooms in 2004 and by 2007 she focused on teaching computer modeling to middle school students and their teachers. She became the Program Manager of Project GUTS (Growing Up Thinking Scientifically) and is a facilitator to train science teachers around the country to do more with coding, computer modeling and computer science concepts. Paige is currently part of the Code.org initiative to bring computer science to all students K-12. She is a K-5 Affiliate to train elementary school teachers in curriculum to engage young students in computer science. She has been active in the Supercomputer Challenge community as a judge, mentor & trainer. Paige has experience teaching around the state of New Mexico as well as internationally. She started her teaching career in Gallup, then moved to Espanola and eventually to Santa Fe and has taught in Mexico and Thailand. She has been active in supporting teachers wanting more computer science teaching through workshops at statewide conferences, site visit trainings and on-line support.