The WashingtonExec STEM Council hosted 17 year old Chandrashekar at The Nysmith School earlier this summer for a Q&A about her experiences that shaped her interest and dedication to the sciences and technologies, which resulted in her huge successes already, including founding ProjectCSGirls and successful admission to all eight Ivy League universities. Chandrashekar previously spoke at the K-12 STEM Symposium in March.
Chandrashekar’s interests include biomedical engineering, computer science, neuroscience and entrepreneurship; and she hopes to close the gender gap in the tech industry through ProjectCSGirls and other projects.
Before beginning college at Harvard University in the fall, Chandrashekar will speak at Kumon North America Conference in Nashville, TN and the Armed Forces Communication and Electronics Association Health Summit in Washington, DC.
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