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Aurelia is a developer and curious cartographer building communities around code at the Mozilla Science Lab. Her background blends science and scripting and include a cocktail of conservation chemistry, eco-enthusiasm, education, and egalitarian tech activism. Previously of Ushahidi, Internews Kenya and CartoDB, she’s been working in the open tech and non-profit journalism space for a few years, and recent projects have had her working with mapping sensor data to support agricultural security and sustainable apis ecosystems in the Global South.
She also leads the hub-chapter for Girl Develop It, a non-profit that teaches women how to code in low-cost classes. As a code-cartographer at Ushahidi and Internews-Kenya, and an advocate for global code curricula, she balances experience in design, dev and data-journo departments.
This site functions as a hub to organize for her projects in media preservation, and programming.
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