Ana Boburg Nystedt is Computer Science faculty at the Upper School of Sacred Heart. Before joining Sacred Heart 3 years ago, she held computer industry positions as a Systems Analyst and Software Engineer creating bespoke software solutions for different organizations, including the Inter-American Development Bank in Washington, DC where she was a project manager and helped oversee the country offices located in all the Latin American countries. She has experience creating systems from their conception to their deployment, including requirements analysis, system design, system development, testing, system deployment, and user training. She has worked with many programming languages (C, C++, Java, Python, R, Swift, Visual Basic, assembler, SQL, etc), databases, and operating systems. Her current focus is now on physical computing and machine learning. She is currently teaching AP Computer Science, Introduction to Programming, and a Post-AP Computer Science course. Ana holds a degree in Systems Engineering, Informatics, and Computer Science, an MSc in Software Engineering & Management from the Rochester Institute of Technology, and a Graduate Certificate in Data Science from Harvard Extension School. She is a Fulbright scholar and a Member of CSTA, IEEE, and ACM.