Q: Tell us a bit about yourself.

I’m an ambitious and creative individual who enjoys challenges. I’m always seeking new opportunities to push boundaries and achieve my goals. In my free time, I enjoy hanging out with friends and creating new memories. I also love playing sports competitively.

Q: Why do you want to participate in the Shad program/ What are you most looking forward to?

I’m eager to participate in the Shad program to immerse myself in a creative environment where meeting new people and hearing diverse ideas is encouraged. I’m also excited about collaborating with like-minded peers, using our collective creativity to tackle challenges. I believe this program will help me learn a lot and contribute to my growth.

Q: What motivates or sparks your curiosity in STEAM and/or entrepreneurship?   

What pushes my curiosity in STEAM and entrepreneurship is the endless potential for innovation and problem-solving. The opportunity to explore STEAM and then apply that knowledge to create impactful solutions is incredibly motivating. Technology is fairly new and what we knew ten years ago is completely different from what we know today, which really ignites my curiosity for the future of STEAM. Additionally, entrepreneurship offers the chance to turn these ideas into realities, motivating me to make a meaningful difference in the world while continuously learning and growing.

Q: How do you envision your future?

In my future, I see myself first completing my university degree, specializing in technology. With this foundation, I aim to focus on my passion for innovation into creating applications and software that address real-world needs, benefiting both individuals and my community. I also aspire to give back by teaching youth, particularly in underrepresented communities like the Black community, about the power of technology. By using valuable skills and knowledge, I hope to inspire the next generation of diverse tech leaders and promote positive change in society.

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