We're on a mission to help small charities and community groups gain essential digital and data skills backed by the right tech to achieve their goals.

Because we believe in strong, adaptable communities confidently using data and digital to meet their needs and aspirations.


Our values are lived in the way we deliver our services and activities. We are:

  • Relationship centred: we build meaningful relationships based on respect, honesty and care
  • Capability-minded: we are approachable and patient, encouraging learning by doing, where no question is a silly question
  • Committed to value: we meet people and teams where they are, finding the most appropriate and forward-thinking solutions
  • Enthusiastically curious: we are always discovering new techniques and tools, offering engaging ways of learning and bringing fun and playfulness to all we do
  • Community spirited: we foster collaboration and togetherness, connecting people with shared experiences for the good of the whole community, leading when appropriate


Meet the team

People who care about people - and what communities can achieve with digital.

Superhighways is a highly skilled team, qualified in a range of technical and creative disciplines.


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The Wonder Woman of the team, there isn't much Kate can't do. Leading our merry band, Kate spots new business opportunities, fundraises and manages Superhighways' projects and wonderful relationships.

When not analysing small charity data and planning how to make the world a digitally better place she's a foodie, out on the hunt for some great London grub with her young family. 

Kate White



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Bubbly and confident on a world stage or in the classroom, Sorrel takes a lead on advising and training community organisations to better demonstrate their impact and designing websites. She's a huge fan of making digital work on a shoestrong budget.

She's also a fan of travel, discovering new recipes to share with friends and horse-riding. 

Sorrel Parsons

Digital Adviser & Training Manager


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Our brilliant, fun and creative teacher, Philippa takes the fear out of mice and puts the power of the online world firmly in local people's hands. She loves helping community organisations use digital tools to sustain social change. And develops great looking websites.

Philippa's alter ego is currently snowboarding in the Alps. But she's normally found sketching, with her family or away on relaxing trips with friends. 

Philippa Leary

Digital Adviser & Community Connected Coordinator


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Our IT guru oversees the good, bad and ugly of small charity technology. Calm and collected, you can find him teaching someone Office 365 tricks at the same time as handling a server migration.

Colin Cregan

Tech Support Team Lead


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The zen master of technical support, Nine's patience is legendary in community organisations across London. Nine knows that there is always a solution to a hardware or software challenge. He smiles in the face of scary looking cabling.   

Helping clients is Nine's day job. By night and weekend he is 'Techero' - exploring nature yet checking the accuracy of GPS and Google maps.

Nine Htet

Specialist Tech Support


Alice Linell

If you're lost in data darkness you have our guiding light Alice to help you on your journey. With extensive and varied experience in both the corporate and charity sectors, Alice knows how to help organisations of all sizes use technology to revolutionise the way they collect, store and use data for good.

When not shining a light on the best in digital for Superhighways she enjoys spending time with her family including technically superior teenage kids!

Alice Linell

Data and Evaluation Adviser


Jobs and volunteering

There are currently no paid vacancies at Superhighways.

We offer volunteers the opportunity to develop their skills for the future. We are currently looking for digital champions to help local residents in Kingston gain confidence in using the internet to find useful health resources. 

Want to be a digital champion?

What we do

We help you to use technology and digital tools to help more people, fund your work and reach more supporters.


Pinwheel of services

 Get the advice, training and technical support you need to be more sustainble.

Our impact

The facts, stats and stories of what works from the communities we've helped to make best use of digital.


Read our stories and Impact Aloud evaluation

Our funders and partners

A huge thank you to the charities, businesses and techies that help us make the magic happen.

Special thanks go to our funders who think technology can make a big difference to the small organisations that work in local communities:



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Good Things Foundation
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Our partners on our Cornerstone funded Datawise London programme: