Elie Losleben has over two decades of experience working on tech and impact projects in Africa. She received her BA from The American University in Cairo and an MPH from the Bloomberg School of Public Health at Johns Hopkins University. She is a strategic lead on the Self Help Group Digital platform and the creator of the Rape Crisis Counseling app.
Nathaniel Calhoun uses digital development to help bring about a more equitable society and economy. With a background in international education, innovation and program design, Nathaniel helps build and maintain partnerships with organizations around the world. He is a key link between Code’s technologists and end users. Nathaniel advises and consults with governments, INGOs and corporations, with a special focus on the opportunities that exist for them around the edges of today’s economy.
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Rita Langley is a software engineer and web developer, whose IT project management experience covers a range of organizational methodologies. Based in Christchurch, New Zealand, her career has spanned both corporate and coworking employment practices, primarily as a developer, but also as a team leader and content creator. Rita has a driving passion for embracing the revolutionary aspects of communications technology to facilitate positive change. Her past projects include using web solutions to better coordinate local government rebuild efforts after the 2011 earthquakes, and projects for gender equality.