Adam is the Code Club Co-ordinator for Wales. When he's not working he loves making music and mountain biking. He also dabbles in documentary film making.
Code Club Regional Coordinator (Wales)
Alex spends her days updating our social media accounts with awesome Pi-ness. When she’s not googling Raspberry Pi, she's YouTubing how to build foam props while attempting to write her first novel.
Social Media Editor
Alex specialises in most things Adobe Suite. He loves minimalist design, bright colours, and Five Guys burgers and fries.
Amy is interested in innovative education methods and ways of expanding learning opportunities for children, and she enjoys drawing, painting, and visiting art galleries.
Community Support and Experience Assistant
Andrew leads Picademy in the USA. He loves connecting with educators, engaging youth in technology, and hiking around the San Francisco Bay Area.
Educator Training Manager
HackSpace mag's Features Editor Andrew has an angry dog, a messy allotment, and many, many unfinished projects. Remember kids, done is better than perfect!
Features Editor, HackSpace magazine
Anna is the Regional Coordinator for the North East and Yorkshire. Mother to two beautiful children, Anna loves interior design and chocolate. She is never without a slick of colourful lipstick.
Code Club Regional Coordinator (North East and Yorkshire)
Ben is the Editor of HackSpace magazine. When not wrangling words, he enjoys cycling, gardening, and attempting to identify wild mushrooms.
Editor, HackSpace magazine
Ben set up the first Raspberry Jam and now works as our Community Manager. He also created GPIO Zero and piwheels.
Raspberry Pi Community Manager
Brian is Raspberry Pi’s resident filmmaker, an Emmy-award nominated artist, and is the 20th member of the Polyphonic Spree. One of those things is true.
Caitlyn creates and develops Raspberry Pi resources. She is a former teacher, and is completing a postgrad degree in social innovation. She likes making things, open technology, the outdoors, music, games, and sci-fi.
Content and Curriculum Manager
Caroline is responsible for looking after the Code Clubs of the South West. She loves animals, walking, and digital making. She aims to achieve at least two random acts of kindness every month.
Code Club Regional Coordinator (South West)
Carrie Anne leads our work on training and resources for education. She is an ex-teacher, an advocate for diversity in tech, and a YouTuber. She drinks a lot of tea.
Carrie Anne Philbin
Director of Education
Christina supports Code Clubs and Dojos in the USA. She taught middle school science for a number of years and loves working with educators. You can find her wearing cozy socks, attempting to learn ukulele, or playing board games with friends.
Club Program Manager
Conor has previously worked as a developer and designer, and is now Product Manager for the CoderDojo Community Platform. He can often be found at the nearest sushi bar, arguing over just about every topic you can name.
Product Manager, CoderDojo
Courtney loves hearing what community members are building with Raspberry Pi. Focused on outreach in the United States, when she's not attending community events you'll find her camping with her dog.
Craig is responsible for helping to define the next exciting phase of growth of the Raspberry Pi Foundation. In his spare time he enjoys sailing on the high seas, and trying to keep up with his labrador on runs in the park.
Residing in Cornwall, Damien can generally be found in the kitchen, where he enjoys making charcuterie and beer. He is also partial to some scrumpy.
Senior Web Developer
Dan is Code Club's Regional Coordinator for London and the East of England. He loves running, cycling, and making nice food, especially ice cream.
Code Club Regional Coordinator (London and East)
Dan coordinates our training programmes and is the go-to marketing guy in the Foundation. He is a Picademy trainer and enjoys heavy metal, craft beer, and evil-looking cats.
Dan looks out for Code Club in South East England. He's also a sound artist, allotment holder, and father of two.
Code Club Regional Coordinator (South East)
Dana supports the Raspberry Pi Certified Educator community in North America. She’s passionate about cultural diversity and equity. She enjoys painting, exploring new places, meeting new people, and eating great food.
Educator Program Coordinator
Daniel has been coding since he was a kid, and now works on CoderDojo community tools to help empower today's kids to learn with tech.
Senior Engineer, CoderDojo
Dani, our international woman of mystery...
Danielle Di Girolamo
Accounts Assistant, Raspberry Pi Foundation
Darren is Code Club's Regional Coordinator for Ireland and Northern Ireland. He loves rugby and everything digital making, and a slice of seriously good lemon cake goes a long way with him.
Code Club Regional Coordinator (Ireland & Northern Ireland)
Dave supports the wonderful Code Club UK community. A Pi obsessive, he's an electronic music maker, regularly found near the front at gigs, on nightclub dance floors, and in fields at music festivals.
Community Support Coordinator
Raised by wolves in the forests of the North, David emerged into society aged 16 and turned out to be quite good at HTML. Fifteen or so years later, he is helping with all things web at Raspberry Pi. He's too tall to fit in photographs.
Director of Web Services
Eben is the creator of Raspberry Pi and a co-founder of the Raspberry Pi Foundation. He has extraordinary travel booking skills.
Chief Executive Raspberry Pi Trading
An ex-primary school teacher who loves writing elegant code, Edward also enjoys making things with his children: their recent successes include chocolate brownies and a robot.
Senior Software Engineer
Emily works hard to ensure that the Raspberry Pi Foundation is an awesome place to work. In her spare time she enjoys photography and watching her husband cook.
People and Culture Manager
Emma looks after the three Ps: projects, processes, and purchasing. She is also on hand for identification and capture of insects.
When not coordinating our youth programmes, Erin can usually be found baking, listening to the Hamilton soundtrack, or exploring new cities.
Eva’s job as Interim Director of Operations is to make the Foundation’s operations run smoothly so that everyone’s work can be productive and enjoyable. In her spare time she likes to go running and travelling.
Interim Director of Operations
Giustina joined CoderDojo in January 2013 as the first employee. She is now responsible for overseeing its programs and operations. In her spare time she can be found cooking, weightlifting, or taking photos with her dog.
CoderDojo Executive Director
Director of Software at Raspberry Pi. Cycles. Makes a mean chilli cashew nut crunch thing.
Director of Software Engineering
Alongside being a developer on the Foundation engineering team, Greg is also a photographer and expedition guide. He has led trips to the Arctic, instructed divers in Egypt, and guided cyclists in the Alps.
Web Platform Lead
Greg moves text and rectangles around a screen, so that digital things are hopefully more pleasant to use. Away from computers, he mostly likes records and bicycles.
When Greg isn’t enjoying the hills of the Peak District or sampling some local craft beer, he’s busy trying to create great user experiences for our website.
Senior Software Engineer
It took MakeItWork Engineer Guillaume three days to write 30 words about himself. 'Constant delaying' would be an appropriate description of his daily activities.
Senior Software Engineer, CoderDojo Foundation
Helen finds creative ways to engage more people in the mission of the Foundation. She is also a make-up artist and keeps reptiles.
Events and Outreach Manager
Helen develops the Foundation's communications strategy. She's keen on steam locomotives, plants that look after themselves, and her dissecting microscope.
James joined Raspberry Pi in 2013 before we had an office. He has designed many Pis (from B+ through to Pi 3), and now oversees hardware design and operations in our Trading company.
COO Raspberry Pi Trading
James supports NGOs around the world to create and develop Code Club communities, like the ones in the UK. He can be mostly found eating or talking nonsense in a pub, or kicking balls around.
Code Club International Programme Manager
James is a Product Manager in our web team. He has mostly worked at start-up companies, and loves skiing, helping out at his church, and Japanese food.
Senior Product Manager
James is an ex-teacher, and now manages our training programmes for educators. He still plays with Lego and drinks a lot of tea.
Training Programme Manager
Editor and writer. Has excellent fruit fly dissection skills. Loves doughnuts, Captains Flint and America, and electronic music.
Jonathan supports the gathering and analysis of data across the Foundation. He enjoys keeping aquariums, growing vegetables, and trying to convince his young sons to be Arsenal fans.
Jonic is from The North, and makes websites. He also sings, and plays guitar (fairly well) and piano (fairly badly). He takes karaoke far too seriously.
Senior Web Developer
Looks after everything IT for us. Loves Taekwondo, a good brew, and hiking with her family and dog.
Kate finds partners and funding to support the Foundation's work. In her spare time she'll turn her hand to anything creative, from DIY to stone-carving.
Senior Partnerships Manager
Katharine thinks that learning to code is an essential and awesome thing to do, so she promotes and supports setting up Code Clubs for children. She likes Guinness, chocolate, and playing the piano.
Code Club Regional Coordinator (East Midlands)
Kat supports the running and development of Code Clubs across the world, answering their questions and sharing their stories online. She is learning Japanese, and enjoys playing softball and talking about space.
Code Club International Programme Coordinator
Laura creates and maintains Raspberry Pi educational resources. Aside from computers, she loves cats, cakes, board games, and making jam.
Content and Curriculum Manager
Lauren's an ex-teacher. She works at the Raspberry Pi Foundation supporting teachers to develop their digital making skills. She's a massive bookworm, and loves hanging out with friends and family and exploring London.
Interim Head of Educator Support
Liam writes software to automate parts of our engineering process. In his spare time he can be found running or rowing around Cambridge.
Lily supports the Finance team. She is a recent graduate who is currently studying towards the CIMA qualification. In her spare time, she likes to eat pizza and chase after her dogs.
Accounts Assistant, Raspberry Pi Trading
Liz supports Code Clubs in the North West, and in her spare time she travels, watches football, and sings really badly, but loudly.
Code Club Regional Coordinator (North West)
Liz was an award-winning journalist before becoming one of the founders of the Raspberry Pi Foundation. In her spare time she restores fountain pens, plays the piano, and thinks up new ways to encourage toddlers to ingest fish.
Executive Director of Communications
Lorna is on a mission to grow coding and digital making in Scotland. The rest of the time she's a STEM Ambassador, an honorary researcher and, most importantly, a dedicated cake eater!
Code Club Regional Coordinator (Scotland)
Louisa's job at the Foundation is to make everyone’s life easier (and therefore even happier). She loves walking her dog in beautiful Cambridgeshire, making Sri Lankan curry, and tinkering with her Raspberry Pi.
Director of Operations
Lucia is trying to find out how to educate people in a way that works best for everyone, and she finds social research extremely exciting. She loves loud music, long walks, and vivid gesticulation.
Lucy is the Editor of The MagPi, the official Raspberry Pi magazine. She plays the piano, speaks French quite badly, codes, crafts, and enjoys fixing things.
Editor, The MagPi
Facilities and Office Manager
Mac is our IT support guy. A teacher in his spare time, he enjoys showing people of all ages how computing works! When away from screens, he is an avid baker.
IT Support Specialist
Magda used to be a journalist but fell in love with code and the soldering iron. She is a Raspberry Pi fan, a foodie, and Kazik's mum.
Marc is an ex-teacher who's responsible for creating and managing the Raspberry Pi educational resources. He's passionate about Open Education Resources and teaching martial arts.
Head of Curriculum Development
Maria leads the Code Club programme to inspire more and more children to do things with technology. She's a school governor, bread maker, and aspiring knitter.
Director of Code Club
MrC is a teacher, surfer, maker, hacker, writer, gamer, quixotic ambassador of geekdom, and Raspberry Pi's resident trickster-imp.
Martin looks after Raspberry Pi’s financial reporting. His outside interests are sport, rock music, and beach holidays.
Chief Finance Officer
Martin loves technology and creates projects and learning resources for Raspberry Pi. As a child, he wanted to be either a computer scientist, an astronaut, or a snowboard instructor.
Content and Curriculum Manager
Matt is responsible for our work within North America. He's a maker of things and thinks of computers as a material. He's a co-author of Getting Started with Raspberry Pi.
Executive Director, Raspberry Pi Foundation North America
Michael is a physicist turned educator who's excited about helping people discover their creativity through coding. In his spare time he enjoys performing stand-up comedy.
Online Course Production Manager
In Mike's spare time, he can normally be found training for a duathlon or triathlon, or drinking tea!
Director of Product Management (Trading)
Mike currently designs tiny computers for a living. Previously, he worked on tiny chips for tiny computers, and before that, on lasers. He likes the colour green and doesn't own a dog.
Principal Hardware Engineer
Naush works on device hardware and software, focused on multimedia and imaging feature sets.
Senior Principal Software Engineer
Nicola is part of Raspberry Pi's administrative team. She loves shopping, especially for shoes and clothes.
Fueled by coffee and sugar, Nina manages our translation community to make our resources available in many languages. She spends her free time volunteering, reading, and running.
Nuala manages communications and engagement for CoderDojo. She's a Dojo mentor and enjoys seeing kids make hilarious projects. She also loves animals, farming, making things, theatre, the arts, and food!
CoderDojo Communications & Community Engagement Lead
Oliver helps people to understand the impact our work is having and to use research to make decisions. He's into writing, blogging, and producing electronic music.
Senior Research Manager
In her career so far, Oly has excited more people about science than there are people in Canada. She’s a bit obsessed with maps, fonts, and tea.
Senior Programme Manager
Penny is Executive Assistant to the Chief Executive of the Foundation. Outside of work, Penny is a keen runner and cyclist and has a passion for baking.
Phil (aka Mr Device Tree) was part of the team that gave birth to BCM2835. He now maintains the Pi Linux kernel and firmware. At home, he cooks while listening to 6 Music.
Senior Principal Software Engineer
When not editing books and contributing to The MagPi, Phil enjoys playing the piano (badly), astronomy, and watching classic sitcoms.
Editor, Raspberry Pi Press
Philip is responsible for developing our strategy, hiring awesome people, and helping them do great work. He’s also a craft cider maker, school governor, and dad to two young digital makers.
Chief Executive Raspberry Pi Foundation
Philip makes educational resources for CoderDojo. He also collects and curates community-created content. He's unusually enthusiastic about productivity software and stationary. When not writing or coding, he's likely playing board games.
Content Lead, CoderDojo
Rachel is the go-to person at the CoderDojo Foundation. She’s also a mum of two girls and loves to travel.
Richard runs our Citizen Science programme, including the Weather Station project. He’s an engineer who’s easily distracted by comics, music, rugby, and LEGO. His quest to combine them into a single activity is ongoing.
Senior Programme Manager, Community and Development
Rik is responsible for developing Code Club curriculum and training materials. Formerly a secondary school teacher, Rik enjoys learning new skills and is currently learning to brew beer.
Interim Head of Content and Curriculum
Rob works tirelessly to fill The MagPi community magazine with fantastic articles from people around the world. He also writes a comic, creates award-winning videos, and makes costumes for Comic Cons.
Features Editor, The MagPi
Roger designs, characterises, and tests new hardware for Raspberry Pi. In his spare time, he enjoys triathlons, diving, and walking with his dog Waffles.
Principal Hardware Engineer
Rosa looks after all things operations and impact for the CoderDojo Foundation, but is more likely to be working from a beach, hammock, or beanbag than from her desk. She loves travel, playing netball, and (trying to) dance salsa.
General Manager, Engagement and Outreach
Ross is the Project Manager for our online courses. His spare time is divided between kickboxing, listening to audio books, and playing board games.
Projects Manager (online courses)
Ross is responsible for scaling CoderDojo globally, developing corporate partnerships, and supporting the international community. He’s also a Sunday Business Post journalist, a programmer, and a wine fanatic.
Russell runs Raspberry Pi Press, which includes The MagPi, Hello World, HackSpace magazine, and book projects. He’s a massive sci-fi bore.
Sam is an illustrator and animator from the Peak District. By day he leads our design and video team, by night he draws kids books, makes video art, and rolls pasta!
Head of Design
Sarah finds partners and funders for the CoderDojo Foundation. When not waxing lyrical about CoderDojo, she produces plays, organises environmental initiatives, and hunts for good gigs to dance at and boulders to climb.
Partnerships Manager, CoderDojo Foundation
Sarah is responsible for getting the Raspberry Pi Foundation's numbers right. In her spare time, she makes charcuterie from her rare breed pigs and enjoys messing about with her four lively children.
Sarah manages a whole host of projects for Code Club, including training volunteers, producing film content, and managing websites. She loves DIY and cat cafes.
Senior Programme Manager, Code Club Community
Simon Long has a particular interest in user interface design and is responsible for the Raspberry Pi Desktop environment. In his spare time, he enjoys solving the Listener crossword and listening to prog rock.
Senior Principal Software Engineer
Simon is the one whose desk is inches deep in new hardware. He’s keen on building and collecting music synthesizers. Sometimes he even plays them.
Senior Principal Engineer
Sinead has been working in live event production for over a decade, and has toured with bands and stage management both in Ireland and abroad. Coolest Projects 2018 is her flagship event.
Event Manager, CoderDojo Foundation
Sofija's wanted a career in events since she was 12, and now she is starting to build it here. She also spends a lot of time watching funny animal videos, going to gigs, and binge-watching TV, and she's great at telling bad jokes.
Events Assistant Intern
Sue leads our team of educators. An ex-teacher, teacher trainer, and academic, she is passionate about research in computing education to inform what we do. She's also a keen vegetarian and grower of food.
Chief Learning Officer
Suzie is responsible for sales and service within Raspberry Pi Trading. In her spare time she drinks tea, swims, and spends time with her two children.
Tim loves building the Code Club community across the Midlands. He also hits drums, sings, and gigs regularly, spends too much time in coffee shops, co-presents a film radio show, and takes inspiration from monkeys and dogs.
Code Club Regional Coordinator (Midlands)
Tom helps make our events awesome. In his free time, he can be found listening to podcasts and audio books whilst exploring new places and foods.