Hugh is a co-founder and the CEO of CS in Schools. Hugh is also a Professor at the Melbourne Business School, and a company advisor and investor. He was formerly a VP at Google and eBay, and also previously held senior roles at Microsoft. He holds a PhD in Computer Science from RMIT University.
Selina is a co-founder and the Chief Operating Officer. She has a background in finance and computing, and has Bachelor degrees in both Business and Computing from Monash University. She focuses on building relationships with schools and volunteers, and leads our programme operations.
Kristy is a co-founder and the Chief Education Officer at CS in Schools. Kristy works part time at CS in Schools, and is the 16th Principal of Toorak College in Victoria. With a background in Psychology, she completed her Masters of Education in 2013. Her particular expertise is VCE Psychology, and more broadly in curriculum development.
Toan leads our curriculum development and is the main author of our teaching materials. He is a Digital Technologies teacher at Haileybury and the former Head of Digital Technologies at the John Monash Science School. He is a former Product Manager at eBay and Microsoft, and holds a Masters of Teaching and a Bachelor of Computer Science.
Emma leads our community support, with a focus on interviewing and onboarding volunteers and teachers into our programmes. She is a passionate educator with a strong focus on adolescent development and
wellbeing. Emma is also the Director of Curriculum at St Michael’s Grammar School. She has taught English and Drama, Year 4 to VCE.
Zach supports our community of teachers and volunteers. He has a passion for education, volunteering for engagement and outreach programmes wherever possible. He holds a Bachelor of Computer Science degree from RMIT University.
Jacqui leads the visual design of our learning and promotional materials. She is passionate about all things UI, UX, and web development. Jacqui works at Xero as a software developer. She holds degrees in Design and Computer Science from RMIT University.