Code N Kids
is a virtual platform for kids to indulge in learning basic coding, learn and enhance their problem solving skills, at their own pace, in the comfort of their homes and under the supervision of their parents, through fun integrated curriculums. Enabling them to remain way-ahead of the curve in the digital world. CNK coaches essential skills, through exciting and entertaining curriculum making learning entertaining and fun.
The President of Code N Kids, he’s an experienced veteran in the world of business with 25+ years of engineering and business development exposure across several multinational organizations. Originally aiming to create a STEM franchise, when Nasir saw his daughter enter Computer Science school, he decided he needed to empower youth with the same knowledge his daughter was learning.
Young parent with kids in the GTA school system, who signed up his child with various e-learning platforms since the last few years and felt various gaps in their offerings. Ali is the marketing and operations head of the company, and brings thoughtful experience from using the services of several other competitors.
The Chief Technology Officer of Code N Kids, 7+ years of technology and software development experience across various multi-billion dollar organizations, and an avid volunteer in the Hour of Code, Girls Who Code communities. Arsalan spearheads the product and curriculum development of Code N Kids, while arming teachers with best in class strategies to mentor amazing content to teachers.
3rd year Computer Science student at McMaster. I am passionate about teaching kids concepts of Coding and Computer Science so that they easily embrace technology as they grow older.
4th year student at University of Waterloo specializing in Bioinformatics. I have been teaching kids since I was 16 and it’s been an awesome experience. I love creating personalized experiences to help your child grow in the field of coding.
3rd year Computer Science student at Wilfrid Laurier University. I am passionate about coding and teaching students about technology and computer science in a fun and supportive environment.