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Spanning a broad range of backgrounds and experiences, General Assembly instructors are part of a worldwide network of thought leaders, field experts, and industry professionals who are committed to creating practical, hands-on learning experiences in a collaborative environment.
We’re hosting an open house for prospective instructors and those who would like to learn more about teaching opportunities here at General Assembly. You’ll find out more about our course offerings, learn about the role of an instructor at GA, and hear from current instructors and the General Assembly production team.
Co-Founder & CEO,
Leon Noel is the CEO of SocialSci, an academic surveying platform used by thousands of scientific researchers around the world. Leon conceived of SocialSci while studying biological anthropology at Yale. His company, incubated by TechStars Boston and Dog Patch Labs, has raised over one million in funding and has helped researchers answer more than 18 million scientific questions. When not running SocialSci, Leon enjoys teaching tech skills to students of all ages through General Assembly, Resilient Coders, and Citizen Schools MA.
Sr. Software Engineer, Rapid Prototyping,
Robby Grodin, founding partner for Toy Pig Co., is a versatile innovator in the fast growing technology sector.
From his time spent building backend services at large corporations such as Visa and Blackberry to the research he has conducted at MIT and Northeastern University, Robby has worn many hats. His titles have spanned from Research Engineer, to Code Reliability Engineer, to his current role as a Data Scientist at Wayfair.
In addition to his technical work in San Francisco and Boston, Robby is an avid educator. He has given lectures at Tufts and Northeastern, presented at numerous conferences, and offers one-on-one training and preparation for students seeking to start or advance their careers in technology. Robby holds a dual BS in Computer Science and Electronic Music Composition from Northeastern University.
Natasha loves a challenge that lets her flex her creative muscles. With 10 years of design experience under her belt, she is now training the next generation of UX designers at General Assembly. She has designed a variety of products in her previous career at SAP, ranging from enterprise software to award-winning consumer-facing apps. Her work has been recognized with IxDA Awards, UX Awards, and Webby Awards.
We understand that, sometimes, plans change. If you can no longer make it to a class or workshop, please email us at least 7 days before the scheduled event date. No refunds will be given to cancellations made within a week of the class or workshop.
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