Zorah Fung is a lecturer for the introductory programming courses at University of Washington Computer Science & Engineering. She earned her Bachelor’s and Master’s in Computer Science from UW CSE.

When Zorah is not teaching, she works as a Software Engineer for bay area startup, Sift Science.

While studying at the UW, Zorah served as a teaching assistant and lecturer in UW CSE’s introductory programming courses, as well as chair of the ACM-W (Association of Computing Machinery, Women’s Chapter). She was recognized with the university’s Bob Bandes Memorial Award for Excellence in Teaching in 2013. Zorah has been heavily involved in K-12 outreach programs in computer science, including volunteering her time and expertise to help develop lesson plans and work with students at the middle school level to get them excited about computing.