Christina Lewis, Founder
Christina Lewis is the Founder and President of All Star Code. Since its founding in 2013, All Star Code has taught coding to over 600 students via its flagship Summer Intensive program in New York City, Jersey City, and Pittsburgh, with many students going on to major in computer science in top schools around the country, intern with leading tech companies, and launch their own startups.
Formerly an award-winning journalist, Lewis’ work has been featured in publications such as The New York Times Magazine and The Wall Street Journal, where she spent five years as a staff writer. Building on the legacy of her late father, prominent Wall Street financier Reginald F. Lewis, Christina is a Director of The Reginald F. Lewis Foundation. She is also a member of the Hunter College Computer Science Advisory Board and an elected Director of the Harvard Alumni Association. Lewis has a Bachelor of Arts from Harvard College and lives in New York City with her husband and two children.
Danny Rojas, Executive Director
Danny Rojas is the Executive Director of All Star Code and brings more than twenty years of experience in strategic advising, management capacity building, and technology innovation in corporate, startup, and nonprofit ecosystems. He joined the organization in 2018 as Vice President of Programs, responsible for program strategy, delivery, and partnerships, and went on to serve as Executive Vice President.
Prior to joining All Star Code, Danny was a senior leader at General Assembly, responsible for enterprise solutions for employers addressing the workforce skills gap in technology and data. Prior to General Assembly, Danny was a Principal, Strategic Advising at Bellwether Education Partners, a premier K-12 education nonprofit consultancy. Danny was a senior manager at Deloitte for 13 years, responsible for technology and risk advisory and served as a regional diversity and inclusion leader. Danny serves on the Board of Trustees for Phi Iota Alpha Fraternity, Inc., the oldest Latino fraternity founded in 1931; on the Board of Directors of NICE (New Immigrant Community Empowerment); and the New York Chapter of ALPFA (Association of Latino Professionals for America). He received a Bachelor of Science in Biomedical Engineering from Boston University. He lives in Queens, NY with his wife and son.