At Google, Connor Regan leads a program called Be Internet Awesome, which teaches kids 7-12 years old about topics like cyberbullying, phishing, and password security. His team has designed a game called Interland, which allows students to learn about Internet safety while having fun.
Connor was introduced to computers by his grandparents, who lived close to his home and with whom he spent many summers. He mostly played video games and created long lists! While studying in college, he realized he enjoyed working in the "real world" and after nine internships, he landed at Google.
Connor loved working with children and hearing how much they enjoy playing the game even as they learn.