EU Code Week Ambassadors

France

Ambassadors

Lucie Jagu

Young Advisor to Neelie Kroes in 2013 and 2014, Lucie coordinated the first EU Code Week in France. Passionate about international relations and education and inspired by the richness and diversity of the coding community, she did coordinate the first Africa Code Week in 2015 together with SAP, Simplon.co, the CTSC, the Galway Edu. Center, Ampion and the King Beaudouin Fdtion. Within 10 days, this continent-wide initiative based on the success of the EU Code Week, brought hundreds of coding activities to 88.763 kids and youth across 18 countries.

Alan McCullagh

Proud holder of a school report (from age 6) stating "shows a keen interest in computer work". Still the case today & I want to help pass that passion on here in France and beyond through Code and Digital Skills. Fascinated by all things "Éducation Numérique", with a strong interest in Raspberry Pi.

Isabelle BLASQUEZ

Associate professor at Limoges University and member of the Duchess France team . Passionate about agile development and very interested in Software Craftsmanship, she founded the #iutagile Days in 2012, meetings and conferences to facilitate discussions and interactions between the Computer Science teachers and the software industry.

Liliane Khamsay

Passionate about computer science and education, I will be taking up the challenge after Claude Terosier for Magic Makers, with Guillaume Dupuy and all the magic team : we are very enthusiastic to share our passion for code :)

Vivien Chazel

Passionate about Games, Interactive media and Education, I will be taking up the challenge leaded by Catherine Rolland and Deborah Elalouf for Tralalere. Code, create and share!

Pierre Lancien

I am the founder of Toxicode, a community IT lab that designs fun tools to learn how to code, such as Silent Teacher and Code n' Slash. I strongly defend the idea of a creative code that can also help people learn new ways of thinking and communicating. Together with my colleagues, Clément, Emilie and Alexandre, I will actively take part in this new Codeweek edition to help make it even bigger and better than last year's !

Antonin Cois

Ligue de l’enseignement is an educational movement that acts with and as a complement to the formal education. It accompanies the education for all and the lifelong learning. It is the leader of the project “D-Clics numériques” that accompanies the education of active, critical and responsible of their numerical uses citizens. There are many other organizations involved in this project: Francas, Ceméa, Réseau Canopé, CRI, CNOUS, Animafac, Jets d’encre.

Melpomeni PAPADOPOULOU

Ligue de l’enseignement is an educational movement that acts alongside to the formal education. It supports the education for all and the lifelong learning. It is the leader of the project “D-Clics numériques” that foughts for the education of the citizens by the active, critical and responsible numerical uses. There are many other organizations involved in this project: Francas, Ceméa, Réseau Canopé, CRI, CNOUS, Animafac, Jets d’encre.