Beth Rosenberg, the Founder/Executive Director, has worked on special needs and technology projects for: The New York Hall of Science, The Seidenberg School of Computer Science at Pace University, The New York Transit Museum, The New York City Department of Education and many others. She was previously the Founding Director of Education at Eyebeam Art & Technology Center. She is an adjunct faculty member in the Department of Technology, Culture and Society at NYU’s Tandon School of Engineering. She holds an MS Ed in Educational Technology–a dual degree in the School of Education and the Computer Science department and an MA in Art History
Co-Creator of TKU, is a college student who loves technology. He enjoys playing video games, creating videos and coding. He has his own YouTube channel which has received over a million hits.
Cristina Ulerio is the Director of Operations and Marketing at Tech Kids Unlimited and has a B.S. from New York University’s Tandon School of Engineering Integrated Design and Media program. She has over 7 years of experience working at TKU and is passionate about bringing technology skills to underserved communities.
Jessye Herrell, Education Manager, is a media arts education professional with 9 years of teaching experience in NYC schools, out-of-school time programs, and cultural institutions. She recently completed an M.A. in Youth Studies at the CUNY School of Professional Studies, building on a B.A. in Visual and Media Arts from Emerson College. She is a proponent of digital literacy and committed to ensuring that all students have opportunities to learn in supportive environments.
Ariana Riccio is the Evaluator at TKU and holds a doctorate in Human Development with a primary focus on Autism Spectrum Disorder, children’s development of early social-cognitive milestones and the role that parents and peers play in fostering these milestones.
Development Strategist, has more than 20 years experience fundraising for NYC not-for-profits.
Development Associate, is currently pursing her Master's in Public Administration from Baruch College. She has over 4 years of experience volunteering and working for nonprofit organizations.
Halenur has a B.S. from New York University’s Tandon School of Engineering Integrated Design and Media program with a double minor in Science and Technology Studies, and Feminism and STEM. She is interested in the connection between multimedia technologies and their role in altering cultures and societies.