• November 2019

  • Aashita Grover 

    Aashita Grover is currently a senior at the Middlesex County Academy in the Civil/Mechanical engineering program. Her interests include digital art, math, stand up comedy, and music. At the Academy, Aashita is the president of the Technology Student Association chapter, an active Peer Mentor, and is involved in student government as the Vice President of her class. She is passionate about education and volunteers as an academic tutor at the South Plainfield Public Library. In the future, Aashita plans to attend law school and pursue a career as a corporate attorney to protect fundamental rights.

  • Kumud Joshi 

    Kumud Joshi is a senior in the Civil and Mechanical Engineering program at the Edison Academy. She is involved in many clubs at school such as the Safety Ambassadors program, Red Cross, and FBLA. She is the President of the Academy Chapter of Girls Who Code where she teaches other young women about STEM fields and programming. Outside of school, she enjoys learning ukulele, playing League of Legends, and teaching art at her local YMCA on the weekends. In college, Kumud wishes to major in computer science and psychology, to make a positive impact on the world.

  • Megan Santhumayor

    Megan Santhumayor is a senior at the Middlesex County Academy for Science, Mathematics, and Engineering Technologies. She is in the civil and mechanical track and hopes to pursue computer science in college and beyond. In school, Megan actively participates in the Interact Club and serves as the Vice President. Additionally, she is part of Girls Who Code where she empowers girls to enter into computer science and increase female retention in the field. Megan constantly looks for ways to enhance her skills and deepen her knowledge in STEM to design products that could benefit people worldwide. Outside of school, she plays basketball competitively as a Varsity athlete for Piscataway High School and enjoys exploring foreign countries through travelling.