Moz://a Story Engine.io

Moz://a Story Engine.io

Caitlin Stanton is a freshman at Cornell, planning to major in Electrical & Computer Engineering. She has been involved with computer science since high school, when she got involved with Girls Who Code. Since then, she has continued to learn and explore, and has participated in (and won) dozens of hackathons. When she was still in high school, Caitlin co-founded def hacks(), the first 24-hour biannual hackathon for high school students, by high school students. She was also a lead organizer for PixieHacks(), a hackathon to immerse more female coders in the tech industry. Caitlin has held internships at #BUILTBYGIRLS, where she helped to push out the next iteration of the Cambio.com, and Ask Applications, at IAC. At Cornell, Caitlin is a developer on the Engineering Career & Fair team, and the Faculty Relations Director for Women in Computing at Cornell.

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100 Faces of Impact 2017

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