As a Computer Scientist I am also very interested in bringing Computational Thinking and programming to the community, particularly to children and youth. I have delivered or supported courses/workshops on algorithmic thinking and coding in Melbourne (in primary and secondary schools as well as in community centres) and provided outreach activities from RMIT to the community. In 2019, I was in the panel of experts discussing "What's up with secondary school mathematics, and how can we improve it?" at the 56th Annual Conference of the Mathematical Association of Victoria (MAV'19). Together with Dr. Max Stephens from Melbourne University I delivered a workshop on "Algorithmic Thinking in the Classroom: What, Why, How?" for school teachers.