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Meet Andrea Kennedy, Web Development Immersive Graduate

Andrea Kennedy

Designing for the Force


Like millions of us, Andrea Kennedy grew up a Star Wars fan. Flash forward to 2015, when instead of watching The Force Awakens in the theatre, she was rubbing elbows with its cast at the European premiere. A graduate of General Assembly’s second-ever Web Development Immersive course in London, Kennedy works as a front-end developer and technical project manager for the London-based creative studio Powster. When the firm was tasked with creating the official U.K. homepage for the film, she played a major role in building out the styling, animation, and functionality of its pages.


Find out how GA helped Kennedy land this dream role here.

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