Founder and CEO
Eva Prakash is a senior at BASIS Independent, Silicon Valley and a Stanford AI4ALL 2016 alum. She founded GIRL 2.0 in order to empower girls to learn to code and become leaders in technology. Eva hopes to address the gender gap by getting girls excited about technology as early as possible and making them believe that computer science is no longer just a boys club.
Megan Yu is a senior at Stanford Online High School and a Stanford AI4ALL 2016 alum. As an entrepreneur who cares deeply about breaking boundaries and confronting social norms, she joined Girl 2.0 because the gender gap in computer science is an issue that’s deeply personal to her. Computer Science is at the forefront of solving the issues affecting our communities, and it’s important to her that other girls feel like they can be a part of creating that change.
Viansa Schmulbach is a junior at Woodside Priory in Portola Valley and a Stanford AI4ALL 2017 alum. She joined GIRL 2.0 as part of her initiative to bring STEM to underprivileged families and schools, as well as hosting her own hackathon and camp. Through GIRL 2.0, she hopes that she and other members of the team can bring some of the plentiful resources and opportunities that we have in wealthy areas of Silicon Valley to less fortunate students.
Director, App Development
Isita Talukdar is a freshman at Basis Independent Silicon Valley. She has always been fascinated by technology and feels it opens up doors for so many possibilities. She loves to code and hopes to share her passion with other girls so that together they can code all the way to the stars!
Priti Rangnekar is a junior at BASIS Independent Silicon Valley. Through presentations and engaging activities, she wants to provide girls the knowledge about computing and technology, so that they can apply these skills into their own aspirations and goals. Ultimately, she strives to create a culture where girls can thrive without the fear of failure and experiment with technology to build anything they want.
Sanoja Kikkeri is a junior at BASIS Independent Silicon Valley. She joined Girl 2.0 to help and teach girls computer programming in an environment that fosters creativity and independence. Through Girl 2.0, she hopes that girls won't be discouraged by the gender gap, but rather thrive and be part of a bigger community in the STEM field.
Marwa Moustafa joined Girl 2.0 in order to help encourage girls to believe in themselves and find their passion in computer science and robotics. With her enthusiasm and creativity, she hopes to bring new ideas to this organization in order to create a friendly environment for girls to thrive in. Marwa believes coding is just another language that anyone can learn if they open their mind to it!
Hannah Sidhu is a junior at UC Berkeley. Living in Silicon Valley, coding is an extremely valuable skill to have. Moreover, she has actively seen girls shy away from STEM classes because they are male dominated. She wants to change this perception and create a culture where girls not only feel interested in learning how to code, but also empowered to code. She hopes to bring these girls the necessary resources and guidance they need to succeed.