People

Women in Tech: An interview with Anna Birchall, Product Manager

At SuperAwesome, we're committed to ensuring team members grow and up-skill within their team, and the company as a whole. Anna Birchall joined SuperAwesome as an intern in 2015, and became Head of Publisher Development in 2017. Since then, her appetite for knowledge and technical nous have caused her to pivot into Product Management. Here, she talks about how her career direction changed, and what she does every day to make the internet safer for kids. Read More

Helping developers think about privacy at SuperAwesome

Kids are spending more time on the internet every day - but the websites and apps they use were primarily designed for use by adults. At SuperAwesome, we’re focused on making the internet safer for kids. We hire the most talented developers we can find - but more often than not they have little to no experience in our very new sector. So our onboarding process has been designed to turn great software engineers into kidtech engineers, focused on the importance of privacy and children. Read More

Announcing our new Global HR Director: Sheenagh Rogers

Five years ago, SuperAwesome was five people in a room in the middle of London. At the time of writing, we’re now 134 people across London, NY, Chicago, LA and SF dedicated to making the internet safer for kids. If you’ve spoken to anyone who works here, you’ll probably know we think of SuperAwesome as a university, offering our team both personal and professional development opportunities wherever we can. As part of that commitment, we’re incredibly pleased to announce the appoint of Sheenagh Rogers as our Global HR Director. Read More