Nicole developed a passion for empowering young women to be leaders in the world of STEAM after she started her first company, SmartPurse. In her free time, she leads an online support community for women around the world to speak about mental health & human rights called Lemonaid.
Nicole writes for The Huffington Post about travel, tech and women empowerment. She has worked at Popexpert, an education startup in San Francisco.
Eli fell in love with technology when he started his own web development company, CrossedClouds, in college. Eli was president of Innoblue, the community for entrepreneurs at Penn State, and spread his passion for technology and startups with 4,000 of his classmates through hackathons, workshops and dozens of educational events.
Eli was a part of the user acquisition team at Mozilla Firefox in San Francisco, and worked at Remind.com.
Sophie became interested in the intersection of technology and social good while working at the NYC Health Department, implementing electronic health records to support quality primary care in underserved communities.
Sophie studied Biology and Statistics at Columbia University. There, she was a Resident Advisor, a TA for biology courses, and the director of Columbia's peer listening and mental health hotline.