About the Founder
Natalie has had a love of math and math related games since a young age, but it was only after her first math competition in middle school that she discovered her passion. These competitions are great places to explore truly difficult problems and to become part of a wider community of like-minded girls and mentors who share information, encouragement, and resources.
Access to these communities' resources and support have played an enormous role in Natalie's life, and she has given back by volunteering extensively in her local community. Natalie believes that Math and AI should be open to anyone with talent and passion regardless of their background and experience, and she hopes this website will play a role in removing barriers and achieving greater participation for girls and other underrepresented groups in Math and AI.
2019 Harvard-MIT Math Tournament (HMMT)
2019 Princeton University Mathematics Competition (PUMaC)
2019 AI4ALL at Stanford University
2019 Connecticut State American Math League (CSAML)
2019 American Regional Math League (ARML)
2018 CT representative - Raytheon MATHCOUNTS National Competition
Since 2020 American Computer Science League (ACSL)
Since 2019 Fairfield County Math League (FCML)
Since 2019 Math Prize for Girls at MIT