On this page, you can find information about the FPA's press releases and public statements. Also included is contact information for the leaders of the organization for interviews and other media purposes.
As a co-founder of the Fairfield Programming Association, Neil Chaudhari has a deep love of computers and how people learn. From a young age, Neil picked up the Python programming language in his own academic pursuits. These pursuits led him into physical engineering and later into competitive programming, where he earned numerous distinctions.
Currently, as the President and Chief Operating Officer, Neil oversees the growth of the FPA into new areas. His main focus on a day-to-day basis is in-person learning programs that the FPA can enact in order to make measurable change.
As a co-founder of the Fairfield Programming Association, William McGonagle has always been interested about democratizing education. At age seven, William learned how to program by feigning illness and staying home from school one day, and since then, he has always had a love of computing. After the death of his father, he had a realization on the shortness of life, and began the creation of the Fairfield Programming Association.
Currently, as Chief Executive Officer, he oversees general activity of the FPA, including a broad overview of projects, outreach to our corporate partners, and press campaigns.