Who We Are

In July 2017, a dozen coding schools from over half a dozen countries signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) to formalize their commitment to supporting each other's work, including knowledge sharing, collaborative projects, and shared fundraising. Learn about the first cohort of Room 7 partners here. 

Partners

 
 
 

Room 7 Organizers

Driving Room 7 behind the scenes are Josephine Goube of TechFugees and Tom Liam Lynch of Babble Lab at Pace University. Learn more about them and their organizations below. 

 
   Techfugees    Techfugees is a social enterprise coordinating the international tech community’s response to the needs of Refugees. Techfugees exists to empower the displaced with technology. // Techfugees organises conferences, workshops, hackathons and meetups in around the world in an effort to generate tech solutions for and with refugees. It also curates and promotes the best projects it finds for partnerships & implementation in the field.  Contact:  Josephine Goube , Techfugees Executive Director

Techfugees

Techfugees is a social enterprise coordinating the international tech community’s response to the needs of Refugees. Techfugees exists to empower the displaced with technology. // Techfugees organises conferences, workshops, hackathons and meetups in around the world in an effort to generate tech solutions for and with refugees. It also curates and promotes the best projects it finds for partnerships & implementation in the field.

Contact: Josephine Goube, Techfugees Executive Director

   Babble Lab    A center based out of the School of Education at Pace University in New York City, our mission is to reimagine how we teach the humanities by focusing on the relationship between human and computational languages. With a unique interest in both higher education and K-12 instruction, Babble Lab is dedicated to increasing support for both university and K-12 educators in using digital humanities-based methods in their classrooms.  Contact:  Tom Liam Lynch , Babble Lab Co-Director & Ast. Professor of Education

Babble Lab

A center based out of the School of Education at Pace University in New York City, our mission is to reimagine how we teach the humanities by focusing on the relationship between human and computational languages. With a unique interest in both higher education and K-12 instruction, Babble Lab is dedicated to increasing support for both university and K-12 educators in using digital humanities-based methods in their classrooms.

Contact: Tom Liam Lynch, Babble Lab Co-Director & Ast. Professor of Education