EU Code Week Ambassadors

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Hatixhe Bilibashi

Project Manager at Protik ICT Resource Center and Lecturer at University of Tirana. With over 10 years of experience in the ICT field, she brings extraordinary expertise in Software Development, Innovation, Management, as an ICT Startup Consultant and she is author of some scientific publications. I holds both Bachelor Degree and Scientific Master in Computer Science at University of Tirana. Also I have completed her studies for FOSS Moodle platform and OJS platform in University of Zagreb, Croatia. I have participated as juror and mentor in many startup activities and ICT competitions in Albania. My passion is to bring new innovation technologies in her country and help in developing the ICT ecosystem in Albania.




Laura Ambardaryan




Meral Akin-Hecke

Digital Champion Austria for the EU Commission Digital Agenda / Founder Digitalks - Austrian Network for New Media / Media and Management consultant / Executive Board Member of Open Knowledge Foundation Austria / passionate about digital - open - diversity


Nico Grienauer Organizer, Graphic Designer & Photographer, #DrupalAT Board Member, Founder of Acolono GmbH, Laserbox and


Andrea Mayr-Stalder

initiated, a platform to combine computing and embroidery. Since the late 1990s, Andrea has worked on numerous artistic and educational Internet projects. She studied Media Art in Vienna and has worked as a system admin and programmer at ISPs in Vienna and New York.


Horst JENS

founder of "spielend-programmieren" afternoon school to teach open-source game programming to young students. Active in the python community and in the free software community. Passionate about using and raising awarness for free-software / open source technologies for teaching and learning to code, as well as open educational resources. Happy user of Ubuntu Linux.

Bosnia and Herzegovina



Neven Savanovic

Student of Pan-European University “APEIRON” and Founder and Owner of NENASAL - Hosting and Develop Company. I Want to share my ideas and knowledge with others.




Ilse Bracke

Ilse Bracke is head of the software development and Business Intelligence unit at Cipal IT Solutions. She has an extensive experience in providing in-depth business & technical strategy for systems solutions, enabling innovation initiatives and implementing systems to generate value out of data. Ilse is passionate about technology, innovation and education. She is also lector @Thomas More University College of Mechelen and Program Leader of the minor ‘Big Data Cruncher’. Coach @CoderDojo, she likes to teach coding, robotics and digital technologies to the younger generations. As a girls in STEM advocate, Ilse was a volunteer at ‘Girls Tech Fest 2016’ in Brussels.


Cindy Smits

Cindy is the founder of Digitale Wolven. This non-profit initiative, sponsored by the Cronos group, brings technology to the kids. Digitale Wolven brings all the materials and an experienced teacher to the kids for a fun workshop (programming, robots, websites, ..). The goal is to let them do things themselves and not only consume and to show them that this is really fun! Cindy is also Coderdojo coach for more than 3 years. As a mom of 2 kids she goes with them but also coaches other kids. She also is in the organizing committee of Coolest Projects Belgium.


Rosanna Kurrer

Rosanna is Cofounder and Digital Literacy Lead at the Digital Leadership Institute (, a Brussels-based, international NGO whose mission is to bridge the gender gap and digital divide worldwide. She is an Architectural Engineer by training and holds a Masters Degree in Building Physics from Kyoto University in Japan. Rosanna is an experienced CAD designer and cut her teeth on Fortran programming to model building heat-transfer. For the past several years, Rosanna has led development of innovative, hands-on curricula to promote uptake of digital skills, particularly among girls and women. As Community Manager at DLI, she regularly leads hands-on, fun and result-oriented workshops in the areas of computer programming, data visualisation, the Internet of Things, gaming, robotics, electronics and 3D design. Rosanna is also a certified MIT Master Trainer in Educational Mobile Computing using the MIT App Inventor Platform. She is trained to teach both students and teachers Computer Science principles and computational thinking, while building Android apps using App Inventor.




Evgeni Minev

A former student in "Lingustics and Informational Technologies" who continues to learn and discover the limitlessness of the ICT.




Gabriella Fumagalli

Marketing and communication specialist. I have enjoyed international experience in several markets including automotive, education, advertising, design, interiors, fashion and food. In the last years I followed my passion getting involved with communication, digital, new media, tech, new social phenomena on the web, startups, ect. Founder of Rails Girls Ticino and Colazione da Tiffany, a new projects focussed on improve women's empowerment; transferring digital literacy and entrepreneurial skills in order to help girls and women create and maintain a professional online presence. Speaker at Nuvola Rosa, the big event held by Microsoft Italia to get more women into technology/STEM. Previous: GGD co-founder and organizer.




Xiangqun Chen

Xiangqun Chen has taught Computer Science and Information Technology for more than 20 years in high school. Her professional title is senior teacher. She teaches App Inventor, Scratch, Robotic, Photoshop, Flash in high school. She is a member of K-12 Information Technology Centre Group of Shenzhen Municipality. Xiangqun is also a certified MIT Master Trainer in Educational Mobile Computing using MIT App Inventor. She hosts a CS4HS workshop in Shenzhen to train K-12 teachers learning Computer Science principles and computational thinking. Chen also has organized Robotic and App Inventor clubs in her school. As a passionate educator, she has taken advantage of many outreach programs like, App Inventor, Scratch, Virtual Robotic to increase girls' participation in computing.




Antonis Hadjiantonis

Antonis is passionate about technology and coding because both fuel creativity and problem-solving skills in kids and adults alike. Excited to be part of the community in Cyprus and EU to boost ICT skills.

Czech Republic



David Hellam

I'm a Google Certified Teacher, working at Riverside School in Prague. I teach coding to 11-18 year olds and run an after-school robotics club. We're always looking for opportunities to share and learn from others, so Code Week looks like a great way to connect with similar groups nationally and regionally. Why not join us?


Zdenek Zalis

National Safer Internet Centre (NCBI) is a not-for-profit working NGO focusing on safer internet awareness raising, education, protection of children online and struggle against distribution of the illegal content on the Internet. I am director for strategy and development of the NCBI.




Gesche Joost

Professor for Design Research at the University of Arts Berlin and German Digital Champion for the EU Comission. Gesche is patron of Design Research Lab driven Code Week events. She helps foster coding initiatives throughout Germany.




Kristian Langborg-Hansen

Teaching programming to children and grown-ups every day as a partner in App Academy. We know how to use programming to improve learning in math, physics, languages, and a number of other courses. We also do code events in schools and public libraries - and we're the publisher behind the only Danish book on programming for children,




Laura Vetik

I work at the Information Technology Foundation for Education which supports information and communication technology-related education development in Estonia (


Mari-Liis Peets

I have worked for five years in IT education. Currently I am leading the Estonian coding programme "ProgeTiiger" (




Eva Hu

Telecommunications Engineer and Master in Cybersecurity student. Working in eMadrid project (UC3M) and Programamos ( Scratch lover.


Mari Luz Aguado

Double Degree in Telecommunications Engineer and Business Administration. I love coding and teaching, so working for Programamos ( is my perfect job.


Artur Coll

Primary School Teacher and Computer Engineer. Teacher technical advisor and teacher trainer on Computational Thinking. Organizer of Institutional Scratch Day in Catalonia.




Jarkko Moilanen

Jarkko Moilanen is the founder of several making/hacking communities in Finland: Tampere Hackerspace,,,, to mention a few. Hacker, entrepreneur, API evangelist, community midwife, father (of two). Also finishing Permanent head Damage, (PhD )about Peer Production. Currently working as Senior Advisor of Education Policy and Cloud Services at the Ministry of Education and Culture in Finland.


Tarmo Toikkanen

I'm a researcher of educational technology and learning. I'm the original instigator of Koodiaapinen MOOC, where teachers learn about coding and computational thinking and learn to apply them to their everyday teaching activities, as the new Finnish national core curriculum from 2016 expects. I'm also involved in R05AN K00D1, a transmedia production by Yle, the Finnish national broadcasting company, which encourages young people to engage with computational thinking and programming.


Ruxandra Balboa-Pöysti

Creativity consultant and founder at Hirvipeikot (Artventures), I have experience a marketing and management experience in the field of software development and solar energy. The proposed focus of the code week here in Finland is: 1) exposing teachers to coding 2) promoting coding linked to arts and gaming to younger generations 3) gather information about existing coding activities (in Finnish and Swedish)




Juliette Guillaut

Passionate about social innovation and digital inclusion, I'm working in coordinating the CAPPRIO program. Each year, participates to the Code Week in France and I'm enthusiastic about taking part of this new edition.


Lucie Jagu

Young Advisor to Neelie Kroes in 2013 and 2014, Lucie coordinated the first EU Code Week in France. Passionate about international relations and education and inspired by the richness and diversity of the coding community, she did coordinate the first Africa Code Week in 2015 together with SAP,, the CTSC, the Galway Edu. Center, Ampion and the King Beaudouin Fdtion. Within 10 days, this continent-wide initiative based on the success of the EU Code Week, brought hundreds of coding activities to 88.763 kids and youth across 18 countries.


Alan McCullagh

Proud holder of a school report (from age 6) stating "shows a keen interest in computer work". Still the case today & I want to help pass that passion on here in France and beyond through Code and Digital Skills. Fascinated by all things "Éducation Numérique", with a strong interest in Raspberry Pi.


Liliane Khamsay

Passionate about computer science and education, I will be taking up the challenge after Claude Terosier for Magic Makers, with Guillaume Dupuy and all the magic team : we are very enthusiastic to share our passion for code :)


Vivien Chazel

Passionate about Games, Interactive media and Education, I will be taking up the challenge leaded by Catherine Rolland and Deborah Elalouf for Tralalere. Code, create and share!


Pierre Lancien

I am the founder of Toxicode, a community IT lab that designs fun tools to learn how to code, such as Silent Teacher and Code n' Slash. I strongly defend the idea of a creative code that can also help people learn new ways of thinking and communicating. Together with my colleagues, Clément, Emilie and Alexandre, I will actively take part in this new Codeweek edition to help make it even bigger and better than last year's !


Chloé Laurent

Program officer for Les Voyageurs du Code (The Code Travelers) in the NGO Bibliothèques Sans Frontièeres (Libraries Without Borders), I'm glad to join this extraordinary adventure. Everybody can learn everything, and the CodeWeek is the perfect occasion to do it creatively. Les Voyageurs du Code is a community of people who share this willingness : think, code and create !


Antonin Cois

Ligue de l’enseignement is an educational movement that acts with and as a complement to the formal education. It accompanies the education for all and the lifelong learning. It is the leader of the project “D-Clics numériques” that accompanies the education of active, critical and responsible of their numerical uses citizens. There are many other organizations involved in this project: Francas, Ceméa, Réseau Canopé, CRI, CNOUS, Animafac, Jets d’encre.



Associate professor at Limoges University and member of the Duchess France team . Passionate about agile development and very interested in Software Craftsmanship, she founded the #iutagile Days in 2012, meetings and conferences to facilitate discussions and interactions between the Computer Science teachers and the software industry.

United Kingdom



Martin Evans

Hi, I’m Martin, the Ambassador for CodeWeek in Scotland I’ve been a coder for over 30 years and been involved in a number of hardware and software projects. I’ve also written a book “Arduino in Action” which was published in June 2013 by Manning publications. I've ran a Code Club since early 2013 when I started a club at my local primary school. My son (aged nine) and I gave a presentation about our Code Club at the 2014 Scottish Ruby Conference. In addition to the Code Club supplied materials we have experimented with Arduino, Makey Makey a Sphero and Brushbots. The club have also built a small Arduino controlled obstacle avoidance robot. I have built a couple of underwater robots that I’ve demonstrated at a number of Maker Faires throughout the UK and Ireland. I would be happy to hear from anyone arranging or needing help arranging an event in CodeWeek in Scotland


Michael O'Kane

I am a Primary Educator for iTeach in Northern Ireland. We help schools and educators plan, integrate, deploy and teach with the iPad in the classroom. We empower change and enable schools to create innovative, creative and engaging teaching and learning. I love developing opportunities for children to improve programming skills through coding and gamification apps on the iPad, linking in a meaningful way to Literacy, Numeracy and the rest of the curriculum. Over the past 2 years I have led coding sessions in school communities in Northern Ireland for children, teachers and parents. A personal favourite of mine is using the Parrot Drone linked with the Tickle app, to give children a feel for visual programming, linking in with positional and directional language, angles and instructional text. Those involved have used the iPad to access coding languages through a range of coding apps. I feel it is important for children to develop programming skills, as it is a 21st Century skill set which employers in Northern Ireland have identified as essential in an ever increasing digital world. Feel free to contact me if you are interested in arranging an event for Code Week in Northern Ireland.


Yasemin Allsop

I worked as an ICT Coordinator in primary schools in London for almost 10 years. I am currently employed as a Senior Lecturer in Primary Computing and ICT at Roehampton University. I have an MA ICT in Education from the London Knowledge Lab, University of London. I am also a PhD student at MMU. My research focus is children’s thinking and learning when designing digital games. I am the founder and co- editor of an online magazine called ICT in Practice where educators from around the world share their experiences of using technology in education. I am the co-author of a recent book called 'Primary Computing in Action' with Ben Sedman.


Su Adams

Working as the IT Technician, Computing Curriculum Coordinator and Joint eSafety Officer at a large Kent primary school, I regularly model computing lessons and collaboratively plan computing (including using technology across the curriculum). Following a long IT career I have a range of skills that includes training delivery, so I welcomed the opportunity to combine IT knowledge with further developing my teaching skills. In addition to my role at Staplehurst School, I am a Mozilla Club Leader and Mentor a CoderDojo Mentor and have organised several U Can Too Maker Party events. I run a Code Club and run a Digital Leader initiative. I have presented for Code Week UK amongst other conferences and am an accredited software trainer. I love the challenge of providing opportunities for children that identify and extend their talents.




Petros Demetrakopoulos

Computer Science student in Athens University of Economics and Business. Amateur programmer and mobile app developer. Computer and technology enthusiast. Geek and big fan of electronics. Founder and chief engineer of PSD Apps ( Coding since the age of 12.


Kostas Karpouzis

I'm a research director in affective computing, human-computer & human-robot interaction and serious/learning games. I'm also involved in a number of science outreach activities via IEEE Greece, Famelab and I'm also involved in the 'Girls Go Coding' initiative, targeted towards attracting girls and female adults to coding and promoting a 'maker culture' in them. In the past year, I participated in and organised events to promote science in schools and the general public (e.g. the Greek Researchers' Night in 2012) and motivate teachers and students to use games as a learning tool.


Lia [Theodouli] Terzidou

Immersive Learning Developer, CS teacher and PhD Candidate at Aristotle University of Thessaloniki [School of Informatics]. President of the Greek Computer Society-Northern Greece Chapter and Member of the Organizing Committee for the Greek National Competition in Informatics for Students, whose winners represent Greece at the International Olympiad in Informatics. I am an advocate of teaching young people coding, which led me to found the "CoderDojo Thessaloniki", running free and fun Coding Clubs for young people. Also, advocate and instructor at Google CS-First. Strong believer that Coding gives Kids a Superpower!


Spyros Blatsios

Spyros Blatsios is a Physics and Informatics teacher. Since 2002, he works at Platon Schools, Katerini, Greece. Currently he is the Head of the European Projects & Lifelong Learning Department. He has participated in many EU funded educational research projects such as SOCRATES/COMENIUS/MINERVA/FP7/ERASMUS+, and he's been engaged in educational robotics with publications since 2005. Spyros received his Bachelor of Science in Physics at Aristotle University, Greece and a Masters of Science in Information Technology at Hellenic Open University, Greece. He is currently a PhD candidate in Informatics at the Aristotle University.


Anastasios Theodoropoulos

CS teacher and PhD candidate in Computer Science Education. Firm believer of Game Based Learning and kids' coding. Feeling enthusiastic that education shifts towards Code Literacy.




Ivana Ružić

ICT teacher in I. elementary school Čakovec


Marina Čičin-Šain


Suzana Delić

Suzana Delic,Teacher counselor, Primary school Horvati Zagreb, Croatia, eTwinning ambassador. Also CARNet (Croatian academic and research network) associate. Project coordinator and coordinator for Europe for Megaconference Jr.




Attila Laszlo Főző

I work as an educational project coordinator for the IT Companies Association in Hungary. My background is in science teaching, teacher training and doing research. My role is to support the development of the digital skills and to coordinate projects in IT education and coding. Areas of interest: m-learning, robotics and coding, PBL, geolocation activities, popular science.


Adam Horvath

I'm working as the education director for the IT Companies Association in Hungary. My major role is to support IT education and training and to raise awareness of coding among parents and pupils.




Julie Cullen

- Teacher in St. Oliver's Community College - Young Advisor to Neelie Kroes


Mags Amond

Retired teacher of Natural Science & Computer Science. Currently enrolled at Trinity College Dublin, researching a PhD in Education. Volunteer at, Computers in Education Society of Ireland. Member advisory boards of Excited.IE & Digital Youth Council, Ireland.

Isle of Man



Owen Cutajar

Passionate about technology for as long as I can remember, I'm working towards increasing code literacy in the Isle of Man. Founder of the Isle of Man Code Club, I'm on a mission to excite people about computer science and share the magnificent opportunities IT presents to the world.




Tabarek Ayad

An ambitious girl , trying to improve Education , help to develop my country & the others by introducing the people to the fast growing technologies




Rakel Solvadottir

Founder & CEO at Skema (Iceland) and reKode (USA). I'm a computer engineer with a background in psychology, and bear the 2013 title "Nerd of the Year" in Iceland with pride. As the founder of reKode & Skema, an award-winning computer education program for children, I'm innovative developer of teaching through technology. To share my work and the importance of using innovative approaches in education, as well as the importance of women empowerment, I'm a frequent speaker at conferences both in Europe and the U.S., with appearances that include WITI, TEDx and SXSW Interactive. I'm also a proud member of class 2014 - Kaplan EdTech Accelerator powered by Techstars.




Alessandro Bogliolo

Professor of Computer Systems at the University of Urbino. Author of CodeMOOC.




Renata Danieliene

CEO of Public institution "Information Technologies Institute" (ECDL Lithuania). I have experience in system design, development and management, IT training and testing service providing, ECDL courseware development. I also have experience in children security and safety on Internet.


Petras Slekys





Founder of Women in Digital Luxembourg (WIDE) Organiser of the first Coding Classes for Women in Luxembourg and the RailsGirls Luxembourg. Not a geek but committed to empower Women with Technology so they can access the great opportunities offered in the digital and entrepreneurship space! Ex-recruiter with a Master Degree in HR and Change management.


Steve Clement

Ever since age 8 I knew that technology is what I want to do for the rest of my life. With the current events and the urgent necessity to support Information Technologies across all age groups, being one of the driving forces behind projects such as EU CodeWeek, as well as and was obvious. Making Code Literacy, Science and Technology a national priority in Luxembourg, is on the top of our list.

Moldova (the Republic of)



Abayomi Ogundipe

Managing TEKEDU, GirlsGoIT in Moldova

Macedonia (the former Yugoslav Republic of)



Adrijana Selmani

She is the program Assistant at Metamorphosis Foundation, and she is passionate about technology. She believes that coding can be easy if you really want to bring a change in your society.




Cedric Mallia




Sharina Kiesebrink

Cofounder at Code Qube, a Dutch initiative to learn kids how to build their own website with HTML and CSS in a physic and cooperative way. Believes in the 21st century skills and wants to enthuse kids for code, because coding has the future!


Jessica Eijgelsheim

Cofounder at Code Qube, a Dutch initiative to learn kids how to build their own website with HTML and CSS in a physic and cooperative way.


Tineke Netelenbos

Former Dutch Minister for Transport, Public Works and Water Management. Currently Digital Champion to the Netherlands and president of ECP and Digivaardig & Digiveilig – Dutch initiatives that promote the use of IT in Dutch society. Above all, strong believer in the importance of digital skills for all.


Christian Vermeulen

CoderDojo is a worldwide, volunteer led, free coding club which aims to teach children more about programming and technology in general. Chris is the chairman of the CoderDojo regional body within NL. Within the regional body he is the main contact for anything related to CoderDojo in NL. This regional body aims to help and support the community in NL and protects the CoderDojo ethos and brand.




Øystein Imsen

Entrepreneur, lecturer, musician - representing Lær Kidsa Koding




Kamil Sijko

co-founder of first CoderDojo in Poland (Zambrów) and a CoderDojo Poland Foundation which promotes and helps CoderDojos in Poland. Profesionally data-sciencist and researcher at the Polish Educational Research Institute (IBE).


Anna Karczewska

PR Sensei of CoderDojo Polska Foundation. Public Relations specialist since 2006. Leader of Independent Bookshops movement in Poland. Main interests: literature and new technologies. Life enthusiast


Blanka Fijolek

CSR & Sponsorship Senior Manager at Samsung Electronics Poland. Associated with Samsung Electronics Poland for over six years, where she is responsible for the area of corporate social responsibility (CSR) and sponsorship. She implemented Samsung cyclical programs like Irena Women's Run or the Samsung Art Master. She is also responsible for cooperation with the Copernicus Science Centre, which Samsung Electronics is a strategic partner since 2009. She studied at Kozminski University in Warsaw, and began her professional career in the insurance industry. She has worked for Aviva and PZU Group and for British American Tobacco Poland. Blanka Fijołek is the originator of the award-winning Coding Masters programme and innovative educational courses for students and pupils - Samsung LABO.




Bruno Ferreira

Expert on Digital Communications | Portuguese eSkills for Jobs Ambassador




Oana Sipos

Romanian currently living in Belgium. Rails developer and Rails Girls events organizer (Brussels, Cluj, Timişoara). Languages geek. I believe coding can help us develop as a continent in so many ways. Nobody said it was easy, but bit by bit we'll get there.


Stefania Ioana Chiorean

Long time FOSS contributor, Mozilla Rep and Mentor. Webmaker. Working in IT field for more than 5y now. I consider coding and web knowledge as a main skills for the future that everyone needs to have or at least understand. #webliteracy #codingasliteracy


Ana Stamatescu

Automatic control and applied informatics engineer with a very strong interest in digital competences. E-learning and MOOC believer. Passionate about PHP and recently, 3D printing. Connecting people and resources, I believe basic coding and digital skills are key to foster development through collaboration. Romania is growing and I want to further contribute to the public awareness of the coding community and its development, regardless of gender.



Caba Veres

I'm a teacher in a secondary school, teaching Computer Science and Design. Recently running a CoderClub inspired by my daughters. I have a strong determination to share knowledge and involve kids to code.

Russian Federation



Narine Isakhanian

deputy director, teacher of computer science in school 1329, head of the Moscow laboratory of creative computing




Agneta Hedenström

I´m a driven and curious principal with a keen interest in development issues. During the last years I have been teaching children and teachers to program and to use digital technology to create fun stuff. I am one of the founders of Lulea Maker Space and runs many projects to attract young people, especially girls, into an interest in programming and STEM.


Peter Parnes

Peter Parnes is a tech-savvy and pragmatic entrepreneur and professor with a very keen interest in making research and technology available to everybody.




Katja Koren Ošljak

Consultant & researcher in love with information architecture, marketing and beautiful words. Helping to bring coding and digital literacy to all.


Tatjana Čeh Naglič

Project management professional, sociologist and marketing freak feeling enthusiastic about learning ABC of coding and motivating others to join the ride. Previous: publishing - record company specialized for children. Having fun sculpting cakes, reading, running creative intergenerational workshops ...


Matej Korbar

Youth worker, activist and traveler passionate about coding and spreading IT skills to young and old.




Marián Kristeľ

Co-founder and hardworker at Learn2Code, the Slovak tech educational organisation | Organizer of Rails Girls Bratislava | Not a geek but passionate about tech and coding | Loves sport & dogs |





Very happy English Teacher. Grade 6 to 12. French Education Ministry certified. Lifelong learner. ICT fan. European Schoolnet Academy addict. (Certified in almost every course proposed so far). Coursera Mentor for MOMA Art and Inquiry: Museum Teaching Strategies For Your Classroom. Transatlantic Educators'Dialogue research group member (funded by the EU). C2i2e certified. Etwinner. Assessing and Teaching 21st century Skills certified (Univ. Melbourne). Interested in entrepreneurship at school.





Exp Teacher of English Language ( Cerfified ) eTwinning Ambassador,eTwinning Moderator and Trainer, eTwinning LE Expert ( Certified ) iTEC Ambassador - EU Designing Future Classroms ( Certified ) TED - Transatlantic Educators Dialogue - University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign ( Certified ) FL Teacher Trainer ( Certified ) Microsoft Innovative Educator MIE EU MakerWeek Ambassador ICT and Web 2.0 Trainer ( Certified ) Microsoft Master Trainer ( Certified ) MIE Expert ( Certified )




Franklin Weng

I'm an active free and open source developer/translator/promoter in Taiwan. We collect and sort out good public domain educational resources, including code learing, translate them into traditional Chinese, and then promote them in Taiwan's schools. I'm now also zh_TW translation approver. I hope to tell the world how Taiwan is going on kids code learning, and bring good code learning resources to Taiwan's kids.




Iurii Klekovkin

Mozilla Rep, Team Lead and Entrepreneur


Marharyta Kaliuzhna

Teacher, Microsoft Innovative Educator Expert.

United States



Derek Breen

Derek Breen is from the United States and is the author of 3 books, Scratch For Kids, Designing Digital Games and Creating Digital Animations. He is a founding member of the Instructional Design and Educational Media Association (IDIEM) and is an active member of the Scratch Educator (ScratchEd) community ( Most recently, Derek worked as a graphic designer on the StarLogo Nova project ( at MIT, as a teaching fellow in Instructional Design at Harvard Extension school and as a curriculum developer for i2 Camp (


Gary Shoup

HI! I'm a Tech Lab teacher in Southern California, helping first through eighth grade students develop their creativity, communication, and collaboration skills through Robotics, 3D printing, Internet Safety and research, MS Office... and CODING! When I'm not in the classroom, I love spending time with my wife and son, and backpacking in the Sierra Nevada.




Labeat Kadriu

I am Labeat Kadriu 21 years old im from Pristina capital city of Kosovo im 3rd year in computer science