Colleen Marsh ’08 is a local Girl Scout leader and Moravian’s IT project manager. Nick Laird is Moravian’s Mac systems administrator. Together they are codirectors of Moravian College’s CodeHOUNDS Camp, a weeklong camp where kids in grades 5 through 7 learn coding with Swift—a programming language developed by Apple. Marsh’s roles sparked the idea of a camp session exclusively for Girl Scouts. To make the camp affordable, Marsh worked with the college advancement team to secure funding, and fellow alumni Nick ’13 and Brittany ’12 Clingan came forward with a generous gift matched by Nick’s employer, Microsoft, that made CodeHOUNDS Camp possible for 22 Junior Girl Scouts.