Suhaani Gupta is a senior at Edison Academy Magnet School on the Electrical and Computer Engineering track. She strives to connect her passion for logic and reasoning with her love for spreading knowledge in her pursuits throughout and beyond high school. She accomplishes this in school as president of their RWJ Safety Ambassadors chapter, vice-president of Interact Club, and the educator of Girls Who Code. In her local community, she seeks out opportunities to educate her peers and younger students in various subjects, including programming and SAT prep. In her spare time, she can often be found playing tennis or consuming comforting novels. She aspires to continue her volunteer work providing accessible education to all as she moves on to college.
Jasmine Mudhar is a senior at Edison Academy Magnet School. Jasmine is a dedicated, service-oriented student. With over 450 hours of volunteer work, she is connected with various organizations and clubs. She is Interact president and the chief editor for the school newspaper, The Eagle Eye. She serves as a safety ambassador and peer mentor. Outside of school, Jasmine is involved with the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, volunteering for over 130 hours and raising over $19,000. Jasmine has volunteered with Centrastate hospital and Raritan Bay medical center and is a certified EMT. Jasmine has been awarded the Gold Presidential Volunteer Service award, Outstanding service award by the NJ Governor's office of Volunteerism, and Unsung Heroes award from the NJ School Board Administration. Jasmine hopes to serve the community as she works towards her goal of becoming a physician and completing research.