Sydney ('18) is a Computer Science and Visual Arts double major. Originally from San Jose, she lived abroad in Seoul, Korea for over a decade. She became involved in the tech gender parity movement while working for Girls Who Code last summer.
Margarita ('17) is a Philosophy major and Computer Science minor. After discovering the empowerment that comes with coding, she decided to contribute to the fight for gender parity in tech. She is giddy about floral design, cool simple syrup recipes, and lunch.
Delia ('18) is a Math and Computer Science double major. Through her involvement in FEMMES, she hopes to get young girls as excited about the STEM fields as she is. When she doesn't have a Computer Science project to work on, Delia is cooking or painting.
Sylvia ('17) is a Biology and Psychology double major, as well as premed. She loves FEMMES because it promotes the sciences to young girls. Her hobbies include bike riding and petting cute animals. She is excited to see FEMMES grow!
Amanda ('17) is a Computer Science major originally from Los Angeles. Passionate about technology for as long as she can remember, she occasionally makes YouTube videos where she discusses her favorite Mac & iOS Apps, tips, and consumer technology.
Jasmine ('17) is an Interdisciplinary Studies in the Humanities major with a focus on interactive media and gender. She is especially dedicated to advocacy for STEM education, gender equality, and consent. She writes poetry, plays obscure art games, and occasionally sleeps.
Richard ('16) is a Linguistics turned Computer Science major at UChicago. He is passionate about committees and music and pursues both outside the classroom. He is grateful for the opportunity to try and be part of the solution to some of the gender problems in tech.
Isha ('19) is a Computer Science major. She is excited to be working with FEMMES to help close the gender gap in STEM and especially hopes to encourage young girls to pursue STEM related careers and be confident in all their future endeavors.
Devshi ('19) is a prospective Computer Science and Public Policy major. Very passionate about leveraging technology to effect social change, she hopes to pursue a career in the field of civic tech. As a member of FEMMES, Devshi is looking forward to helping young girls grow confident in their ability to succeed as computer scientists.
Panya (’17) is a Computer Science major and aspiring Religious Studies minor, passionate about teaching, modern art, science, and drumming. She is excited for the opportunity to share her love for STEM with other women through working with FEMMES.
Ariel ('18) is a Computer Science major and a math-lover. She enjoys teaching, outreach, backend development, and cloud computing. When she's not in the library, she can be found cooking, riding her bike, or collecting books that she'll never have the time to read.
Nasr ('17) is a Computer Science major at UChicago. In between honing his programming chops and finishing problem sets, Nasr enjoys spending his free time dancing, hiking, and browsing Hacker News. He's excited to help in the effort to close the gender gap as a part of FEMMES.
Xinyue ('18) is a CAM major with a minor in computational neuroscience. She is super excited to promote STEM education for women, and hopes to spread such enthusiasm to young girls. In her spare time, she enjoys cooking Chinese food, reading, hiking and studying the human brain.
Lee ('17) is a Computer Science major. He is excited about getting middle school girls more interested in computer science and technology. In his spare time, Lee enjoys reading books, watching cartoons, and playing games.
Valeria ('17) is a Computer Science major with an interest in languages and how they evolve. In her free time she loves to cook new recipes, reinvent old ones, and watch Youtube makeup tutorials. She's super excited to be doing her part to help improve the gender parity in tech and to inspire a new generation of creative minds.