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Peter Kuperman

Toronto, Canada

Peter co-founded Hatch Coding in 2014 and is pioneering computing immersion - a means of teaching real computer programming to students 7–17.

About Peter Kuperman

Peter Kuperman is the co-founder and co-CEO of Hatch Canada, a Toronto-based education organization that teaches children how to code. Believing that familiarity with coding is an important part of learning in the 21st century, he and his team take a mastery-based approach to teaching students. Students use JavaScript and the processing.js library to learn the art of computer programming.


Prior to founding Hatch, Peter Kuperman led a successful career in the field of research, modelling, and finance. He spent six years as a financial analyst for a real estate company. Through his earlier positions with such organizations as the Center for Energy & Environmental Policy Research, he gained experience ranging from researching companies to building financial models.


Peter Kuperman also spent time volunteering with Khan Academy. In addition to building and leading a team of volunteers, he was responsible for mapping exercises and videos for students and for coding math exercises. Peter Kuperman holds a bachelor of applied science in computer science engineering and a bachelor of science in economics from the University of Pennsylvania.

Experience

Hatch Canada, Founder & CEO  2014 - Present

Hatch teaches kids how to code.

Education

University of Pennsylvania 1992 - 1996

BSE, BAS, Finance, Computer Science

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