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Meet the team

CodeDragon is managed by The CodeDdraig Organisation - a group of developers, authors, marketers, and more from Manchester in the UK, who are all passionate about our Organisation's Aims. Whilst we've tried to give accurate job titles, we all do a bit of everything. We are:

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Pal Kerecsenyi

Chair | Development Lead Committee

At CodeDragon, I work on the website that wraps around the editor. It allows for friendly and safe interaction between users and effective project sharing and storage. I also made the design for it, which I then made into a CSS framework. I'm the Chair and Secretary of CodeDragon's parent organisation's committee, which means I am responsible for leading most of our organisational operations.

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Geza Kerecsenyi

Treasurer | Legal Lead | Marketing lead Committee

At CodeDragon, I focus most of my time on ensuring that our product is managed and shared in a way that is representative of our brand. I script and design advertisements, and reach out to companies about what we are doing, ensuring legalities are followed in this, and our operations in general. In terms of development, I have written some smaller features you can encounter as you cross CodeDragon. My background is in neural network development and machine learning – you can find my bigger projects and quick JavaScript titbits on GitHub above.

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Oliver Plant

Junior Developer

Saim Khan

Education Lead (joint) Committee

Hugo Marfani

Education Lead (joint) Committee

At CodeDragon, we're generally responsible for all of our educational activities, such as teaching real-life workshops and courses, as well as planning, writing, and publishing lesson plans for teachers to use when teaching with CodeDragon. We're also responsible for maintaining a consistently high quality within our lessons and ensuring every detail is perfected for our audience.

Sofia Risino

Education Review Lead (joint) Committee

Annie Williams

Education Review Lead (joint) Committee

As CodeDragon writes lesson plans, we manage the Education Adviser team that reviews them to give us fresh opinions and ideas we could implement - this is our way of ensuring perfect quality is consistently delivered with our published lessons. We make sure that lessons are evenly assigned to Education Advisers as soon as they are written, and that we can get as many reviews as possible for each lesson without overworking volunteers.

Rose Dewsnap

Human Resources Lead Committee

I'm responsible for the overall management of CodeDdraig's employees, volunteers, and trustees. I oversee all interviews and applications, as well as propose areas that could require more staffing. I'm also partially responsible for maintaining legal compliance during recruitment, promotion, demotion, and dismissal, especially with regards to the 2010 Equality Act.

Daisy Brailsford

Human Resources Assistant

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Alex Howells

Education Adviser

Henry Day

Education Adviser

Ella Murphy

Education Adviser

Ishaan Anand

Education Adviser

Mia Bowie

Education Adviser

Freddie Kay

Education Adviser

Damola Lamina

Education Content Author

Joe Wright

Financial Adviser

Henry Carolan

Financial Adviser

Mo Qasim

Education Adviser