Rhia Dhindsa, Chapter Founder
Rhia Dhindsa is freshman at McMaster University in Hamilton, Canada. She is a passionate, hardworking student who excels both in academics and sports. Since technology is ever-present, especially in the lives of millennials, she has taken a keen interest in the gender gap in the engineering workforce and hopes to help close that gap through Girl 2.0.
Kyle Graham, Chapter Founder
Kyle is a sophomore at University of Southampton in Hampshire, UK. He appreciates that technology will define his future over the next decade. He believes that underrepresented groups in STEM have the power to shape the future. Kyle sees Girl 2.0 as a way to be a contributor and not a spectator to the growth of minorities in tech.