Code.org CEO Hadi Partovi is an entrepreneur and angel investor. Hadi was on the founding teams of Tellme and iLike, and was an investor or early advisor to numerous startups including Facebook, Dropbox, Zappos, and airbnb. His full bio is available here.
Ali is an entrepreneur and angel investor. He was a co-founder of LinkExchange and iLike, and investor or advisor to numerous startups including Dropbox, Indiegogo, and Zappos. He helped launch Code.org and the Hour of Code campaign, and continues to provide strategic advice to the team.
COO & VP of Government Affairs
Cameron was previously Director of Public Policy for the Association for Computing Machinery. In 2010, he launched the Computing in the Core coalition to bring attention to K-12 CS education. At Code.org he manages operations (school district outreach, professional development workshops), as well as government affairs and policy work.
Director of Product
Mona is a certified geek with a long history of building stuff for real people. Her goal at Code.org is to be a part of an awesome team that wants to build fun products that help kids learn computer science and embrace their inner geek! In her past life, she ran product management for the OneDrive (SkyDrive) experience at Microsoft, and she co-founded dreamfly.org in her spare time.
Director of Finance & Administration
Michelle is a non-profit veteran, skilled in fundraising and organizational development. She was previously executive director of Technically Learning, a nonprofit which brought computer science courses to local elementary schools in Seattle. Michelle oversees Code.org's Finance and Human Resource functions as well as fundraising projects.
Director of Education
Pat is a former high school computer science teacher who specialized in creating authentic, project-based learning experiences. He has worked as a curriculum consultant for Microsoft, for Pearson, and also as a curriculum team lead for Montgomery County Public Schools. At Code.org he is responsible for creating (or curating) curriculum and professional development, to provide rich computer science opportunities to every school in the nation.
K-8 Program Manager
Katie works on rolling out professional development and curriculum to K-8 schools nationwide. She previously worked at the Seattle-based nonprofit Technically Learning and also served in the Peace Corps as an education volunteer.
Dave is a software engineer working on the Code.org K-12 Computer Science curriculum. Previously, he worked at Google on Gmail and Contact Manager.
Jake is a former high school computer science teacher and professional development provider. As a teacher he focused on increasing access to computing for underrepresented groups and more than doubled female enrollment in introductory computer science classes.
Carina keeps the ship sailing for Code.org's education team. Previously, she taught 6th grade in Phoenix, AZ and worked at a large consulting firm training clients on new technology.
K-8 Program Manager
Operations Program Coordinator
Malorie supports the education operations team in coordinating teacher professional development workshops across the country. She is a former community college workforce advisor who provided guidance for at-risk students.
Head of Fundraising
Maria develops partnerships with generous people, companies and organizations to support Code.org's mission. Maria also collaborates on marketing projects to drive awareness, growth and impact of Code.org's education programs. Previously, Maria worked for brands like Sesame Workshop, NFL, and UNICEF. Her other passion is volunteering for a non profit social enterprise called Nomi Network.
Fundraising & Marketing Associate
Sarah supports the fundraising and marketing teams by helping with things like the Hour of Code, K5 affifiliate program, PR, and development. Previously, she had worked at Vittana for two years where she served as an Office Coordinator & Executive Assistant to the CEO, then as Development Associate.
Junior Business Analyst
Cody works to provide current data for teacher professional development and various other tasks. He’s a nerd about maps and navigated to Code.org by way of Google Maps contracting.
Geoffrey wrote a best-selling young-adult zombie book, Scar and the Wolf. He was previously at Google, a founder at Phatbits, at Microsoft, and a founder at NEICO. At Code.org Geoffrey built Pegasus, our incredibly cool web development platform.
Grassroots & Social Strategist
Roxanne writes, tells stories, and tweets for Code.org, working on grassroots marketing efforts. She's previously worked in media and policy.
Curriculum Development Manager
Baker is a former high school CS teacher from the University of Chicago Laboratory Schools. He previously served on the leadership team of the Chicago CSTA in efforts to make computer science a requirement in Chicago Public Schools. At Code.org, Baker works primarily on the CS Principles project and evaluation of educational programs.
Melissa supports the administrative needs of the code.org offices. Specifically, she handles scheduling for members of the Leadership Team: Hadi and Cameron.
Lian is a recent History graduate from the University of Washington. She supports administrative needs to keep Code.org running smoothly. Her role includes scheduling for Leadership Team members Pat, Michelle and Mona.
State Policy & Advocacy Manager
Amy works on state policy and advocacy issues for Code.org. Previously, she managed outreach activities for a Seattle-area nonprofit, focusing on increasing the number of women and girls pursuing careers in science, technology, engineering, and math.
Bow Jones is a jack-of-all-trades video shooter, editor and graphics animator living in the Seattle area. He has produced videos with TED, Edutopia and Storytellers For Good.
Brian is a software engineer working on the Code.org K-12 Computer Science curriculum. He has prototyped games at PopCap SF, studied CS at Tufts University, and interned at TripAdvisor and One Laptop per Child.
Marketing and Affiliate Program Manager
Laura works on the Hour of Code campaign and K-5 affiliate program. She previously worked at a DC-based education consulting firm and as a 5th grade classroom teacher in Nashville, Tennessee.
Aimee supports the finance and human resource departments.
High School Program Manager
Brook Osborne comes to us from Duke University where she teaches a service-learning robotics course. She has co-authored several publications related to outreach, robotics, and CS Principles.
International Program Manager
Tanya is a recent Computer Science graduate from the University of Southern California. She handles international partnerships, curriculum translations, and internationalization and localization.
District Outreach Program Manager
Nicole connects with Districts in the West to establish partnerships with districts to promote Computer Science at all grade levels. She comes to us from Salt Lake City, Utah where she was a former computer science teacher for grades 7-12. She is very passionate about equity in education and providing opportunities for students to be successful.
Brendan is a software engineer who loves building user experiences. Since moving to Seattle from Sydney, he has worked at Microsoft on the Xbox 360, volunteered in a low-income after-school tutoring program, and played some ice hockey.
Andre is a web developer for Code.org. Previously, he studied informatics at the University of Washington where he worked as a as a teaching assistant and as Editor-in-Chief of the student newspaper The Daily. In his free time he enjoys fencing and has been a competitive fencer since he was 11.
Chicago Regional Program Manager
Jenna comes to Code.org from years of experience in both the tech and education industries. Over the past decade, she has skillfully kept one foot in each sector while working at Deloitte, NYC Public Schools, Chicago Public Schools and BigMachines/Oracle. At Code.org, Jenna is the liaison for all things Chicago.
Brent is a software engineer working on the Code.org tutorials, including the Flappy Bird creator. Previously, he worked for six years on Microsoft Office.