Frontend developer at the Ministry of Justice. I focus a lot on accessibility in my role there. I used to run codebar Oxford, and work + volunteer with Code First: Girls, then did 2 dev internships, worked in a consultancy in Oxford, then moved to MOJ!
I just graduated from the Founders & Coders bootcamp, and also just mentored the next cohort for a week. I want to keep teaching and helping people who are learning to code. I have lots of HTML/CSS experience, and a reasonable amount of React.
I studied biology and then photography at university, but have somehow ended up as a frontend developer. This meandering path that has meant that I've really valued the mentoring that community and colleagues gave me, and now I want to do the same back.
I work at Futurice as a Developer, mainly focusing on the frontend. I'd like to help others to learn and grow as developers. I've organised hackathons and coding workshops before and would like to be part of this great initiative! :)
Web development flows through my veins, without it I’m not alive. I’m merging with technology to create the future today! Let’s build the web together and while we’re at it, let’s have a chat.
Previously worked in education with Microsoft Education UK links where I ran a tech club at my school for 3 years. Since then have been volunteering at Step Into Tech for 18 months, running code and design workshops for students. Volunteered at Untangled.