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.
Junior Graphic Designer
Ben set up the first Raspberry Jam and now he works as our Community Manager. He does whitewater kayaking and loves Linux, Python, and all things open-source.
Raspberry Pi Community Manager
Caroline is responsible for looking after the South West Region of Code Clubs. She loves animals, walking and digital making, and 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
Clare wants to bring digital making to as many people as possible - which is lucky, as that's her job! In spare moments, she can be found sewing her own clothes.
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.
Damien is part of the Foundation's web development team and loves writing code that includes no bugs.
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)
Dan is Education's official cat herder. He loves heavy metal, good food and terrible films.
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 Manager (South)
Dan responds to cries for help across the office. When not sitting behind a computer, you'll find him on the water or in the peaks, probably doing something dangerous.
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 Assistant
Dave runs the Foundation's space programme Astro Pi. He's on first name terms with astronauts, and enjoys archaeology, HAM radio, and being a space geek.
Raised by wolves in the forests of the North, David emerged into society aged 16 and turned out to be quite good at HTML. 15 or so years later and he is helping with all things web at Raspberry PI.
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; chocolate brownies and a robot have been recent successes.
Senior Software Engineer
Emily supports the Chief Executive of the Foundation and the wider team. She is chief diary wrangler and team organiser, as well as a wedding photographer and foodie.
Emma manages communications for Code Club, sharing stories from our amazing volunteer community. She has a Masters in 'New Media and Digital Culture' and is a big documentary film fan.
Code Club Communications Coordinator
Emma manages the Cambridge office, and is on hand for insect identification and baking advice.
Gordon joined Raspberry Pi in 2013 before we had an office, and now directs our software development. He's also a hacker, dad, cyclist, and mountain biker.
Director of Software Engineering (Trading)
Alongside being a developer on the Foundation engineering team, Greg is also a photographer and expedition guide, having led trips to the Arctic, instructed divers in Egypt and guided cyclists in the Alps.
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.
Helen finds creative ways to engage more people in the mission of the Foundation. Helen 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.
Indra is leading our mission to put a Code Club in every community in the world, working with international partners. She's also a yoga teacher and runs a yoga community website.
Code Club International Director
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 joined Raspberry Pi in 2013 before we had an office. He has designed many Pis (from B+ through to Pi3), and now oversees hardware design and operations in our Trading company.
COO Raspberry Pi Trading
James is an ex-teacher, and now manages our Picademy teacher training programme. He still plays with Lego and drinks a lot of tea.
Training Programme Manager
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.
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
Kate works with organisations who want to promote and support the Foundation's work. She's a Francophile and daughter of Mr Mammoth Pumpkin 1976.
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 Manager (North)
Laura is responsible for copy editing the Foundation's educational resources, and she subedits The MagPi magazine. She also writes fiction, mostly involving supernatural creatures.
Copy editor and Proofreader
Lauren's an ex-teacher. She works in the Education team supporting teachers to develop their digital making skills. She's a massive bookworm, and loves hanging out with friends and family and exploring London.
Code Club Teacher Training Manager
Laura creates and maintains Raspberry Pi educational resources. Aside from computers, she loves cats, cakes, board games and making jam.
Content and Curriculum Manager
Liz supports Code Club activity in the North West. She's also a Man City nut and currently winning a marital battle to make sure her kids are brought up blue too.
Code Club Regional Coordinator (North West)
Liz is Director of Comms, and one of Raspberry Pi's co-founders. In her spare time she plays the piano, collects and restores vintage fountain pens, and cooks things. She's usually quite inky.
Director of Communications
Lorna is responsible for copyediting and ensuring that everybody is using cromulent words. She drinks a lot of coffee, and owns far too much yarn and stationery. Her son's first word was Raspberry.
Lorna is on a mission to grow coding and digital making in Scotland. The rest of the time she's a STEM Ambassador, a 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
Marc is an ex-teacher who's responsible for creating and managing the Raspberry Pi educational resources. He's passionate about Open Education, Emacs, and martial arts.
Content and Curriculum Manager
Maria leads the Code Club UK team to inspire more and more children to do things with technology. She's a school governor, bread maker, and aspirational knitter.
Code Club UK Director
Martin looks after the company’s financial reporting. His outside interests are sport, rock music, and beach holidays.
Chief Finance Officer
Matt is responsible for outreach within the United States. He's a maker of things and thinks of computers as a material. He's a co-author of Getting Started with Raspberry Pi.
Mike currently designs tiny computers for a living. Previously, he worked on tiny chips for tiny computers, and before that, lasers. He likes the colour green, and doesn't own a dog.
Principal Hardware Engineer
Nicola is part of the administrative team. She loves shopping, especially for shoes and clothes.
Olivia has a background in events, engineering and working with children and young people. She's excited to be using her skills to help with Raspberry Pi events. She also likes swimming particularly open water swimming, being outside and knitting.
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
Phil (aka Mr. Device Tree) was part of the team that gave birth to BCM2835, and now maintains the Pi Linux kernel and firmware. At home, he cooks while listening to 6Music.
Principal Software Engineer
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
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.
Senior Content and Curriculum Manager
Rob's spent his professional life making great educational experiences for young people. After building his own house, he's now building a rally car from a 1960s Mini.
Director of Programmes
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.
The MagPi Features Editor
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
Russell runs the official Raspberry Pi magazine and helps produce other printed material. He's a tennis player and massive sci-fi bore.
Managing Editor of The MagPi
Sam leads our design team and oversees all things visual, from illustration and design to photography and video. He loves to draw, animate and cook roast dinners.
Head of Design
Sarah is responsible for getting the 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.
Code Club Participation Manager
Simon spent ten years as a user interface designer and software engineer at Cambridge Consultants, before moving to Broadcom and to Raspberry Pi. He enjoys solving really difficult crosswords.
Principal Software Engineer
Steph provides support to the Programmes team and loves talking to people. She's a big fan of live music and picnics.
As well as supporting Code Club volunteers in the West Midlands, Tim likes coffee, drums in bands, and blogs about cinema.
Code Club Regional Coordinator (W Midlands)
Una helps Northern Ireland connect and skill share to teach code to children, youth, and adults too.
Code Club Regional Coordinator (N Ireland)
Victoria is passionate about inspiring children's imaginations. Her favourite things include singing, libraries, and vegan food.
Code Club Regional Coordinator (Yorks/NE)
Yulia is part of Foundation’s web development team. She is passionate about building software for a good cause. She also has a cat called Pixel.