We began during the COVID-19 pandemic when we saw students losing their internships and nonprofits facing technical challenges. We believe matching students with nonprofits and small businesses can empower future leaders in technology with skills in human-centered design.
Shivam is a Solutions Engineer at Snyk and an alumni of NYU's Tandon School of Engineering, where he majored in Computer Science and minored in CS Education. Shivam’s passion for education and equitably providing students with opportunities stems from his experiences teaching students AP CS A through the Microsoft TEALS program and teaching students public speaking and debate when he was in high school. He was the VP of Tandon’s Undergrad Student Council, and has previously interned at CSforAll.
An-Me leads the Teaching, Learning, and Tech initiative at New America. She has extensive experience building networks and spearheading public-private partnerships and alliances with CEOs, senior government leaders, philanthropists, researchers, technologists, policymakers, and community leaders and practitioners to bring education and technology opportunities particularly for under-represented youth. She is a creative problem-solver with a history of leading complex initiatives focused on using data and promising practices, raising public awareness, and leveraging partnerships for community solutions and policy change.
Andy is a product manager at ClassRanked, an ed-tech startup, and an alumni of Duke University. In high school, he and his best friend, Shivam (yes, this Shivam), taught computer science bootcamps out of their parents' living rooms. the experience sparked Andy's love for teaching and mentoring others.
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