About Us

Helping young people shape their future through technology

Who we are

We believe that all young people should be empowered to take action on the things they care about most.

We provide free tech innovation courses to schools, giving teachers ready-made education content, so young people from all backgrounds can develop computing and essential skills to create a brighter future through technology.

With over a decade of experience, we’re an education technology charity that is proud to partner with leading brands to keep our course content 100% free of charge to schools, as well as giving students the opportunity to directly benefit from their industry expertise.

How we work

Our purpose is to ensure all young people - especially those experiencing disadvantage - have the tech innovation skills to thrive in an ever-changing world.

Our work is powered by:

1: Tech for Good

We believe that young people can shape their future through technology. We don’t just teach them to code - we teach the entrepreneurial skills they’ll need to become the tech innovators of tomorrow.

2: The need for essential skills

Our content develops the essential skills needed for future work, improving young people’s confidence, problem solving, collaboration and communication skills. We are accredited by Skillsbuilder and use their framework to aid student success.

3: What matters to students

Young people are empowered by solving problems they care about. We teach how technology can have a positive impact and support them to design relevant tech products that will change their world for the better.

4: Industry engagement

Our students build their products using processes that are aligned with industry. We connect them to real-world professionals to support their product ideas by providing feedback and career insights.

Our Team

Our expertise spans, tech sector, education, youth work and social good. We are supportive, collaborative, inclusive and empowering. We work alongside our educators and our partners to develop our courses to create the best outcomes for young people.

Amy Thomas

Finance & Operations Assistant

Emma Posey

Senior Learning Manager

Freddie Norton

Director of Programmes

Georgie Packer

Fundraising and Partnerships Manager

Jess Dillon

Head of Communications & Marketing

Jodie Campbell

Education Community Manager

Matt Guy

Head of Fundraising & Partnerships

Natalie Moore

CEO

Ross Dempster-Johnson

Head of Programmes

Verity Williams

Head of Operations & Finance

Work with us

If you have an interest in education and helping to inspire the next generation of digital entrepreneurs, you might be interested in working with us! Keep an eye on this page for any opportunities to join the Apps for Good team.

We're recruiting for a Digital Marketing Manager. Apply now!

Our Trustees, Council Members and Advisors

Our board of Trustees and Council Members play a crucial role in the governance of Apps for Good, as well as bringing a wealth of expertise to support us in an advisory capacity.

Iris Lapinski

Chair - Founder Apps for Good

Andrea Sinclair

Trustee - Angel Investor

Valerie Hannon

Trustee - Board Director, The Innovation Unit

Mohima Ahmed

Trustee - Product Manager, Motive Create

Marc Abraham

Trustee - Senior Group Product Manager, Intercom

Jim Knight

Council Member - Director, SUKLAA LIMITED

Jamie Brooker

Council Member - Co-Founder, Kahoot!

Petros Demitriades

Tech Entrepreneur and Executive

Guilherme Collares Pereira

Council Member - International Relations Director, EDP Renewables

Randeep Sidhu

Council Member - AI and Health Tech

Erica Neve

Advisor - Edtech and ScaleUp Advisor

Our Youth Advisory Board

Our Youth Advisory Board is made up of six former Apps for Good students who are providing input and feedback on our strategy and course content, ensuring young people are at the core of what we do.

Ellora James

Ethical Hacking University Student

Zak Miah

Sixth Form Student

Rebecca Jilks

Part 1 Architectural Assistant, del Renzio & del Renzio

Adam Lee

Hospitality

Katie Griffiths

Technology Analyst, Barclays

Ben Jilks

Computer Science University Student

Lamar Jn-Marie