Digital Awareness was founded by Emma and Charlotte Robertson. As digital rights activists, the sisters can regularly be seen campaigning in the media, in parliament and in schools and organisations around the world to empower young people to survive and thrive online.
Prior to this, as a YouTuber, Charlotte's videos have been viewed and shared by millions and has featured in TV documentaries exploring the lives of influencers. Emma's background was in social media consultancy, managing the online reputations of brands, celebrities and business leaders.
Their love for technology coupled with their passion for tackling issues such as online abuse, sexting and addiction led them to build a team of experts who are on the ground in schools and working with corporations around the world to support families and young people with their online journeys.
Emma and Charlotte Robertson are the award-winning Co-Founders of Digital Awareness UK. As digital rights activists, the sisters can regularly be seen campaigning in the media, in parliament and in schools and organisations around the world to empower young people to survive and thrive online.
Security architect and hacker. Stampy is a favourite in our schools and uses his expert knowledge to create cutting edge resources and experiences for young people.
E-sports performance coach who works with us to create positive and inspiring content with us around healthy gaming.
An expert in young people's digital, sexual and relational cultures, Emily works with us both on the content side and in the classroom.
Eleanor is passionate about empowering youth and inspiring positive cultural change online. She works with us to deliver impactful campaigns and resources.
Francois advises on the impact of screens on our eye health and how to get the most out of screens without compromising our productivity.