The 50 Most Influential Women in UK Tech 2017

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3. Carrie Anne Philbin, director of education, Raspberry Pi Foundation

Named as one of Computer Weekly’s Most Influential Women in UK IT Rising Stars 2016, Carrie Anne Philbin leads strategy, CPD programmes and learning resources at the Raspberry Pi Foundation.

Philbin has worked to advance technology education in schools, acting as a board member for the Python Software Foundation and Computing At School (CAS) and chair of CAS #include to make computer science education accessible to all.

She is also a YouTuber, writer and secondary computing and ICT teacher and creates a number of online resources for teenagers to help them get started with Raspberry Pi technology. She has a YouTube series dedicated to making role models within the IT industry more visible to teenage girls.

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