Lori is a junior at the Craft Academy for Excellence in Science and Mathematics at Morehead State University, previous student of iLead Academy in Carrollton, KY, and has been involved in technology since the 3rd grade. This began with her introduction in the STLP program, where she competed by creating her school newspaper with Microsoft Publisher. From there, she has visited the state championship every year, and won finals in 2016 with a showcase about her community service group in technology. Lori created this group with the purposes of teaching technology to those who need it. This group has experienced major success with a total outreach of almost 3,000. Lori has work in an Informatics pathway, and has received certifications in Microsoft Powerpoint, Access, and Excel, as well as Autodesk Inventor. She also holds a Technician license for amateur ham radios. Lori is the previous president of her FBLA chapter, and participates in VEX Robotics, academic team, and Science Olympiad. She holds membership with the nation's largest service fraternity, Alpha Phi Omega, and serves on her chapter's Executive Board as Vice President of Service. Lori previously held an internship with Morehead State University's football team, filming their practices and games, as well as editing and uploading the footage. Now, she is participating in research with her professor over supernova remnants, and imaging these remnants using Linux software. She is currently earning 60 college credit hours, while in high school, for a Bachelor's in physics. Loir plans to later obtain her Master's from Princeton.