OUR TEAM
Steph
Steph

LLB Law, NUS
M.A. International Relations, Johns Hopkins University
B.Sc. Economics, University of Warwick


Steph’s biggest passion is education. Having studied at some of the world’s best tertiary institutions spanning 3 continents and a multitude of disciplines, Steph is well versed with the best learning methodologies. With over a decade of experience tutoring primary and secondary school students in English and the sciences, she is well-primed to advise on our pedagogical approach to code education.

Ian
Ian

M.Sc. Management Science & Engineering, Stanford
B.A. Mathematics & Economics, UC-Berkeley
Barclays


Ian’s love for programming began when he dived into the study of Optimization Algorithms and Machine Learning as a graduate student at Stanford. As a quant risk manager at Barclays, Ian got to further sharpen his craft programming risk engines and coding up financial models in Python, R, VB.NET and the NAG numerical library (FORTRAN). Since starting SG Code Campus, Ian has gone on to pick up JavaScript, Ruby and Clojure while building the first few iterations of this website. Now, he spends every day figuring how Code Campus can better teach and engage our young learners through animation, games, hardware and the web.

Ting Feng
Ting Feng

M.Sc. Electrical Engineering, Stanford
B.Sc. Electrical Engineering, UIUC
Grab
Singapore Armed Forces
CapitaLand


TF has been using technology to improve efficiency and user experience wherever he goes, even while training soldiers or managing shopping malls. This was especially true when he was developing strategies and running a new business vertical at Southeast Asia’s largest technology start-up. Besides, TF also loves leading teams and nurturing people, having led teams of up to 120 in size. TF is terribly excited to join the SG Code Campus team full-time, where he hopes to build an institution where generations of kids can learn to harness technology to make our world a more pleasant and efficient place.

Gillian
Gillian

Postgraduate Diploma in Education (with Distinction), NIE
B.Soc.Sci. (Hon) Psychology, NUS
Ministry of Education
National Heritage Board


Gillian is driven by a love of learning, a passion for good design, and a genuine desire to make the world better.  As a former teacher and mother of 2 (soon to be 3!), she believes that a healthy sense of curiosity is the key to lifelong learning.  It is in this spirit - and the belief that coding know-how will benefit anyone regardless of their chosen path - that she embarked on her own personal coding journey.
Trained in pedagogy and curriculum development, Gillian is well-versed in teaching strategies and approaches to engage young learners and impart the joy of discovery. A firm believer in the importance of a well-rounded education, Gillian is committed to developing generations of Code Campers who are able to marry a firm grounding in tech with an empathy for others and a sensitivity to good design, in order to create elegant and meaningful solutions for a better world and future.

David
Dave

B.Sc. Economics, London School of Economics
Little Llama Pte Ltd
Unity Technologies


Dave has a fierce love for startups and technology. With stints in venture capital and a role at Unity, the game engine behind blockbusters games like Hearthstone and Pokemon GO, Dave caught the entrepreneurial bug somewhere in between and started teaching himself how to code. He has since grown from hobby-level programming to full-fledged web developer, relentlessly honing his technical knowledge of JavaScript and Digital Marketing strategies. He is also an alumni of General Assembly’s Front-End Web Development course. Bearing a deep appreciation for education and pedagogy, Dave seeks to guide the future generation into an increasingly digital and ever-changing world, where he believes adaptability and digital literacy will be the cornerstones of building a successful career, regardless of industry.

David
Germaine

Ph.D. Bioengineering, UC Berkeley - UC San Francisco
B.S. Bioengineering, UC Berkeley
A*STAR


Germaine is SG Code Campus’ resident Doctor and chief brainiac - after graduating with both her undergraduate degree and doctorate in Bioengineering from Berkeley, Germaine then placed her considerable talents and intellect to working in scientific research at A*STAR, where her work in bioinformatics, biostatistics, data analysis and robotics saw her applying her coding and engineering skills gained in school to heavy practical use. She believes that the key to engineering solutions to the world’s most complex problems is a multi-faceted approach where hard engineering skills are paired with an awareness and empathy for the people whose lives we seek to impact. It is this ethos that Germaine seeks to instil in each and every student that passes through our doors.

Raimond
Raimond

IKEA
Memberson Pte. Ltd
MEAO Dip. (IT, Business and Economy)


Raimond started coding in the days when the PC had yet to be invented and when computer screens rendered in monochromatic black and white. His coding odyssey has since seen him master well over a dozen programming languages and experience a wealth of programming paradigms. Working in technology at IKEA over a period of more than 7 years, Raimond took up leadership roles in areas as diverse as IT Security and Software Project Management - guiding teams of between 5-15 members. As a self-professed lifelong gamer, Raimond’s passion has led to the creation of a horde of video games across a variety of platforms and user interfaces. IT security is also an area that is close to his heart - he admits that nothing quite beats the thrill of catching pesky viruses and foiling mischievous hackers. In joining the team, Raimond now brings his towering experience and technological prowess to bear on our shared task of teaching the next generation and equipping them with the technology skills they need to build towards an amazing future.

Shanhui
Shanhui

B.Sc. Economics, London School of Economics
M.Sc. Management & Regulation of Risk, London School of Economics
Barclays


In the close to a decade that she has worked at an investment bank, Shan has witnessed firsthand the increasing impact of technology in the workplace, as well as how quickly it evolves. That is why she strongly believes we need to equip our youth with a foundation that allows them to be adaptable in an ever-changing landscape.
Our resident expert analyst, Shan brings with her invaluable expertise in business analysis and project management which helps to keep the Code Campus ship running smoothly and ensure a great experience for our community of students and parents. As a mother of 3 young boys, Shan is passionate about ensuring that each child who comes to us finds coding both fun and useful in his or her daily life, and is glad to be part of a team that's devoted to the development and well-being of each Code Camper.

Cheng Wei
Cheng Wei

M.Sc. Statistics, Imperial College London
B.Sc. (First Class Hon) Mathematics, Imperial College London
PricewaterhouseCoopers


Cheng Wei is an avid Machine Learning practitioner - as a former Data Scientist at PwC, he applied his magic to building smart applications in areas as diverse as healthcare, language recognition and tax efficiency. Armed with serious Python, R, and SQL skills forged in academia and industry, as well as a penchant for geeking out at the every opportune moment, he strives to help teach and inspire the next generation of budding Machine Learning experts at SG Code Campus!

Malik
Malik

B.Sc. (Hon) Computing and Information Systems, University of London
OCBC
Lenovo SEA
Philip Securities


Malik grew up as a tinkerer who constantly wondered how things work. He has been coding since his teenage years, when he taught himself HTML out of books from the library. His skill set has since grown considerably to include numerous other programming languages (namely, PHP, JavaScript, SQL), honed through his experience developing applications for Lenovo SEA, and as a Systems Analyst in OCBC, where he has led teams of up to 10 people across regional borders.
A CrossFit level 1 trainer as well as a former amateur sailor who competed in various regattas in the region, Malik is an avid outdoor and fitness enthusiast who has always believed in improving people's lives. His love for a good challenge pushes him to dabble with new programming techniques, and he is constantly prototyping new projects and keeping himself abreast of the latest developments and technologies in his own time. He hopes to cultivate this exploratory and progressive spirit in the students at SG Code Campus and help jump start their journey into the world of tech.

Siu
Siu

B.Sc. (Hon) Mathematics & Statistics, University of Melbourne


Siu's passion for coding has its humble beginnings in high school, when she taught herself the basics of Java to make simple text-based games just to amuse her friends. Hungry for more, she pursued her interest in Computer Science throughout her degree, and is still fascinated by how even simple algorithms can solve seemingly complex problems.
Siu has a penchant for breaking problems down into a simpler, solvable parts, which explains her love of math and cryptic crosswords, as well as her decision to specialise in Operations Research - a discipline that deals with the use of advanced analytical methods to help organisations make better decisions. An adventurer at heart, Siu enjoys learning by exploring (she is currently teaching herself how to play the piano!) and especially enjoys picking up new skills that allow her to create novel things. Although snakes are her favourite animal (she finds it funny how they're so smooth), she tends to favour Java over Python as a programming language, because she is first and foremost a coffee lover.
In joining the Code Campus team, Siu hopes to encourage more young people to develop greater confidence with technology, as well as the same sense of playful experimentation that drives her.

Gabriel
Gabriel

B.Sc Mathematics & Economics, NTU
The Learning Lab


Gabriel loves anything to do with logic and math, including a number of mind sports such as chess and Scrabble, both of which he has represented Singapore in at the international level. He has also memorised the digits of "pi" (π) to 2890 decimal places, and would rather multiple 3-digit by 2-digit numbers in his head than use a calculator. But lest you think he is fully left-brained, Gabriel plays the cello, organ AND the violin. He also regularly takes part in marathons and hopes to run an ultra-marathon one day!
Being the human computer that he is, Gabriel is a natural at coding. Though a fluke encounter led to him missing the opportunity Computer Science formally at university, he has been dabbling in coding ever since, and continues to further his coding education every day. Gabriel fully embraces the joy of learning, and finds learning most fun and effective when done through games. He loves coming up with new and exciting ways of getting learning objectives effectively across to his students, a skill that he honed during his time as a curriculum developer at The Learning Lab. Gabriel believes that coding will be an integral part of a tech-driven future and finds meaning in preparing children for that future, while nurturing their love for Computer Science.

Florence
Florence

M.A. Linguistics, University of Hong Kong
B.A. (Hon) Linguistics & Multilingual Studies, NTU


Flo is a researcher at heart and has a deep desire to teach and inspire others. She loves exploring the patterns in languages around the world and is always up for a discussion on language-related issues and phenomena. In her free time, Flo enjoys being among children, teaching and equipping them with the knowledge and values to be better world citizens.
Since finding her way into coding, Flo is often excited to discover the numerous similarities between coding and linguistics. Her background in Child Language Learning during her linguistics training informs her conviction that children can acquire as many languages as they are exposed to, including programming languages. She truly believes that each and every child can successfully learn and love coding.

Jessie
Jessie

M.Sc. Financial Engineering, Carnegie Mellon
B.Sc. Electrical Engineering, NTU
Olam International
Barclays
JP Morgan


Jessie’s voracious appetite for learning is obvious when you realise that she learnt web programming on her own time while managing risk at one of the world's largest commodity firms. With a previous multi-year stint working as a Python developer for JP Morgan's Athena trading system, Jessie's affinity for code is matched only by her enthusiasm for sharing it with the next generation. She is fascinated by the interplay between spoken and programming languages and believes that neither age nor language should be an impediment to learning how to code. Jessie also keeps us up-to-date well beyond our shores of the latest happenings in the burgeoning Chinese tech world.

Edric
Edric

B.Sc. (Hon) Accounting & Finance, University of Warwick


As the consummate investment banker, Edric’s forte is social networks, both in the tech and finance sphere. He loves to meet and learn from people with new ideas on how technology can change finance and other traditional industries. Edric is also our strategic gatekeeper who ensures that we offer true learning value to our kids beyond the technical aspects and helps to keep Code Campus relevant in a rapidly and ever evolving world.

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Be Curious
Dare to explore the unknown. Welcome new challenges and boldly create new possibilities.
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Take Positive Action
Make it happen. Take the initiative and do things that count.
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Place people at the heart of all we design, build, and do.
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