Aimee supports the finance and human resource departments. A graduate of Washington State University, Aimee previously worked at (and has a passion for) Harley Davidson. Outside of Code.org, she enjoys spending most of her time with her Staffordshire Bull Terrier, Nikki.
Chief Product Officer
Alice runs the product, design and marketing teams. Before Code.org, she managed the PM team for the UX Platform on HoloLens, designed APIs and developer client libraries for Xbox 360, ran an ecosystem outreach and UX team for Windows and built project management tools. Outside of work, she's volunteered teaching computer science, literacy and English to students and refugees.
Alicia supports the office needs of Code.org and supports Alice and Jeremy. Alicia has a background in database design and administration. She is also an avid musician and has played in concert with Stevie Wonder, Johnny Mathis, Plant and Page, Patti LaBelle, Idina Menzel, Al Jurreau, Rod Stewart and many others.
Amy is the Professional Learning Community team’s communications coordinator. Previously, Amy taught high school English and college composition, and worked in the nonprofit sector. Amy earned her Masters degree in English from the University of Oregon. She brings with her an enthusiasm for Victorian literature and the hit musical Hamilton.
A younger Andrew originally learned coding for fun, and he fondly recalls the reward of using software to solve problems and build things. He was pleasantly surprised to turn his hobby into a career, and is excited to share his passion with others who may not have the same access or inclination. He previously worked at Microsoft and AWS.
Ann has over 20 years in the Tech industry where she has worked in a variety of areas including software development, database admin, web design, education and project management. She has her Bachelors in Computer Science from Ohio University and a Masters from Central Michigan. For the past 2 years she has been a Computer Science Fundamentals facilitator and is happy to support partnerships in parts of the Midwest and Southeast.
In a past life Asher was a professional mathematician, doing research (in computability theory) and teaching (both undergraduate and graduate students) at various universities around the world. Most recently, Asher was a software engineer at Google Chicago. Now he is excited about being a data engineer for Code.org. Outside of work, Asher is triathlete, a juggler, an uncle to twins, and an enthusiast of the outdoors.
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.
Ben works to help better understand what and how much students are learning through Code.org’s curriculum. He has a background in data roles in public health research, web analytics, and city government settings.
Brad lives to build great experiences. Following Entertainment Technology studies at Carnegie Mellon University, he worked on the Plants vs Zombies franchise at PopCap Games. Brad now works on the Code.org K-12 Computer Science curriculum.
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.
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.
Regional Manager, MidAtlantic
Bria is an equity practitioner and outreach specialist with 13 years of experience in higher education. She comes to Code.org from the University of Maryland's Women in Engineering Program, where she served as assistant director of outreach and recruitment. Bria is passionate about inspiring the next generation of innovators through access to STEM education!
Education Program Manager
Brook Osborne comes from Duke University where she teaches a service-learning robotics course. She has co-authored several publications related to outreach, robotics, and CS Principles.
Caley is a recent computer science graduate from the University of Waterloo and now works on the Code.org K-12 curriculum. She has also worked on the Hour of Code and Play Lab tutorials.
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 school district outreach, as well as government affairs and policy work.
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.
Carol enjoys reviewing our financial information and explaining the monthly results. She prepares the monthly financials and narrative, as well as teacher and partner payments. She assists with the budget, audit, and month end close. Carol received her Bachelors from Western Washington University and Masters from Thunderbird School of Global Management, and has worked in different Finance and Accounting roles since graduating.
Case supports the administrative needs of the Code.org offices, including providing calendar support for leadership team members Pat, Rachel, Sarah and Michelle.
Curriculum Development Manager
Dani comes from Worcester Academy where she was a Computer Science, Math and Design Teacher. She graduated from Bowdoin College with a B.A in Computer Science and Math Education. At Code.org, Dani works with the education team creating innovative curriculum material for the high school level.
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.
David is in charge of connecting and collaborating with donors and partners to bring computer science education to all students.
Regional Manager, Southeast
Don is an artist and educator based in Gainesville, Florida. Before Code.org, he served as the Senior Director of Computer Science Academics for the NYC Department of Education, working on the Mayor's CS4All initiative. He has also worked as a Learning Designer at the Institute of Play in NYC, developing project-based and game-like curricula. Before that Don spent time teaching creative coding to undergraduate students at CUNY schools in NYC. Don graduated from NYU's ITP program in 2011.
Elijah fell in love with programming with his first "Hello, World!" and he hasn't looked back. He's been making websites professionally since 2010. He particularly enjoys exploring the constantly-advancing cutting edge of the web and finding new ways to turn all the tools, languages, frameworks, and platforms out there into some really, really cool websites.
Curriculum Development Manager
Elizabeth is a former computer science teacher and administrator. Before coming to Code.org, she worked as the Dean of Studies at Pilgrim School in Los Angeles, supporting teachers in developing and implementing the secondary curriculum.
Eric learned to code because of his passion for statistical analysis and desire to make video games. He previously worked at PopCap Games, with a focus on analytics, infrastructure, and gameplay prototyping.
Curriculum Development Manager
GT develops curriculum and facilitates professional development for both AP CS Principles and CS Discoveries. Prior to joining Code.org he taught high school computer science in his hometown of Chicago where he helped field test Code.org's CS Principles curriculum.
Founder and CEO
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.
Jael specializes in all aspects of video production with a special love for animation and design. Since the turn of the century he's worked on projects for SNL, Valve, AT&T, Microsoft, Shutterstock and too many political campaigns, startups and non-profits to enumerate here.
Director of State Government Affairs
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.
Regional Manager, Midwest
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 and the midwest.
Chief Technology Officer
Jeremy leads the engineering team at Code.org. He was previously the VP of Engineering at Clean Power Research where he built software products for the renewable energy industry. Prior to that he worked at Valve and Microsoft. He is a member of CTOs For Good.
Curriculum Development Manager
Before coming to Code.org, Josh was a Middle School teacher outside Seattle. He developed and taught a full spectrum of Computer Science and Robotics courses with a focus on using project based learning to connect CS to students' interests and local issues. At Code.org, Josh develops curriculum that brings the beauty of Computer Science to K-8 students.
Josh works on the Code.org K-12 Computer Science curriculum. Previously, he worked for two years at Microsoft.
Support Program Manager
Josh is a graduate of the University of Iowa where he studied computer science and psychology. Before joining Code.org, he worked for eBay, Cracked.com, Phoenix Capital Management, and as IT Director for KRUI 98.7 FM in Iowa City. Josh is way too into music and has traveled around the country and across two oceans just to see his favorite bands play.
Advocacy and Policy Manager
Katie works on state policy and advocacy issues for Code.org, including state implementation of computer science education initiatives. She earned a doctorate in mathematics education in 2016 from Ohio University, and is a former secondary mathematics teacher.
Curriculum Development Manager
Prior to her role at Code.org, Kiki was Founder and Executive Director of Thinkersmith, a non-profit on the cutting edge of K-8 Computer Science Education. As a champion for responsible computing and equity in both CS employment and education, Kiki works with many organizations to improve the experience of girls and women in STEM. Kiki works with the education team to develop innovative middle school and out-of-school-time curriculum.
Lian works on the fundraising team to help support our many generous donors. She manages employee engagement and helps support in-kind donor relations and donor communications. A born and raised Seattleite, she graduated from the University of Washington while studying history.
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.
Mary comes from the Bureau of Education & Research where she worked with districts in the USA and Canada to ensure successful professional development workshops. At Code.org, she coordinates computer science trainings for educators across the country.
Megan manages recruiting, hiring, onboarding, HR and employee development for the Code.org team. With a background in both startups and sales management, Megan is passionate about growing, supporting, and developing a successful team.
Mehal is a software engineer who enjoys building big systems that help people learn. In his spare time, he enjoys hiking, photography, and competitive puzzle solving.
Melissa supports the needs of the leadership team as a whole and specifically supports Hadi and Cameron.
Chief Financial Officer
Michelle is a non-profit veteran and lifelong community volunteer with deep experience developing successful organizations and dynamic teams in rapid growth environments. She leads Finance, Fundraising, HR, Legal, and Administrative functional areas at Code.org.
Regional Manager, Northwest
Nimisha is a project manager and educator with experience in teaching youth and adults in formal and informal environments, curriculum development with an equity lens, cross cultural communication and developing collaborative partnerships. She is a Seattle-native and is active in the local Indian dance/performing arts community.
Chief Academic Officer
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.
Paul started programming in middle school after attending a summer camp where he learned to make games with LogoWriter and hasn't stopped programming since. In high school, he got his first taste of contributing to open source educational software by writing Guido van Robot, a pythonic version of Karel the Robot. Most recently, Paul spent 5 years at Facebook in both engineering and leadership capacities. He is thrilled at the opportunity to make the joys of computer science accessible to everyone.
Poorva is a Product Manager at Code.org. Before Code.org, she worked on the Start user experience at Microsoft. Poorva is passionate about fostering excitement for computer science and engineering in K-12students. She is currently teaching Intro to Computer Science remotely to a school in Bronx, NY as part of the TEALS program.
Ram is a software engineer working on the teacher dashboard and K-5 curriculum. Previously, he was in the SF Bay Area working on Google Wallet.
Reena is an Accountant who loves working with and analyzing numbers. Prior to joining Code.org, she worked in many different industries and roles as a Finance professional. At Code.org her main function is reconciling and analyzing all of the numbers that are the core of the financial statements.
Ryan is a Product Manager at Code.org. After growing up in small town Kentucky, he was motivated to help bring Computer Science to every student. Prior to joining Code.org, Ryan worked as Program Director at Coding with Kids, and as a Program Manager for the Microsoft Office User Experience. While at Microsoft, he found his passion for education through the TEALS and Hunt the Wumpus programs.
Sarah gets to focus on building a supportive professional learning community for teachers across the country. She comes to Code.org with a background in staff development and educational equity.
VP of Curriculum
Sarah works on the Code.org K-12 curriculum. Before joining Code.org, Sarah was a Program Manager at Microsoft working on OneDrive. Passionate about encouraging kids (especially girls) to learn Computer Science, she has also been a teacher for Girls Who Code's Summer Immersion Program, as well as a TEALS teacher at Cleveland High School in Seattle.
Shelby worked in Intercollegiate Athletics for the PAC 12, WAC and Nike. She is excited to one day merge both her passions for athletics and technology. At Code.org, she coordinates computer science trainings for educators across the country.
Technical Product Manager
Tanya is a USC Computer Science graduate who oversees the volunteer program and works as front-end developer on the website. She also leads the internationalization and localization of Code Studio, Code.org's online curriculum, into over 45 languages.
Will works on the Code.org K-12 Computer Science curriculum. He recently completed a PhD in Comparative Literature at the University of California, Irvine, and previously worked as a software engineer for PopCap.
Regional Manager, Southwest
Vinh comes from the University of California, Irvine where he was the California Coordinator for the Expanding Computing Education Pathways Alliance. He is focused on improving and broadening participation in computing education, especially amongst underrepresented groups.
Our expert facilitators and professional learning partners are an extension of the Code.org team. This amazing team of experts are responsible for preparing the computer science teachers of tomorrow.