#CodeWeek

Ambassadors

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

Software engineer that has more than 9 years testing experience with a specialization in mobile apps, currently leading a few teams in an digital innovation leading company. I'm a supporter of Open Source philosophy and I get involved actively in different volunteering projects for web literacy, web standard and net neutrality, holding many workshops and presentations for kids and teenagers about how to start learning programming. 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

Tech for good geek and digital education coordinator at Asociația Techsoup, a Romanian capacity-building organisation which provides technology resources to nonprofits, as well as to educators and youth. Connecting people and resources, I believe technology is key to kindle development through collaboration. When I am not online, I foster my passions for outdoor sports, traveling and bats.

Cristiana Lucaci

Business Informatics Graduate, based in Bucharest, Romania. I work as a Technical Engineer in Cloud technologies within Microsoft and besides that I am a passionate youth worker for more than 3 years now within GEYC Romania. At the moment I am part of the management team of TURN Online KA2 Strategic Partnership, an international program organized in the frame of Erasmus+ whose aim is to bring digitalization closer to youth organizations. Moreover I have a great interest towards discovering potential in young people and actively contributing to their success.