Described by The Evening Standard as “a woman on a mission to teach us all to code”, Kathryn Parsons co-founded Decoded in 2011. She remains chief executive of the technology education company, which promises to teach anyone to code in a day and is currently active in over 85 cities worldwide. The firm’s accelerated learning experiences have since expanded to include the worlds of code, data, innovation, cyber security and artificial intelligence.
Kathryn Parsons, founder and co-CEO, Decoded was mentioned in Computer Weekly's annual list of the 50 Most Influential Women in UK Technology. This year, 360 women who have made a significant contribution both to the women in tech movement and the technology sector overall. Publishing the longlist each year is part of Computer Weekly’s commitment to showcasing the amazing female technology talent that exists throughout the UK.