Nadine became interested in computer science when she participated in Technovation, where she and her team developed an app that connected underprivileged schools with possible book donors. She has spent the past two summers at internships, where she used a quantum chemistry modelling package to discover possible materials for faster electronics, presenting this project at the Regionals SIEMENS Competition and Georgetown's Junior Science and Humanities Symposia. Since she was young, she has always had a passion in math, and she regularly attends several math tournaments, including the Carnegie Mellon Informatics and Mathematics Competition, Harvard-MIT Mathematics Tournament, Math Prize for Girls, and ARML, as well as the AMC and AIME. An avid participant in school clubs, she is a co-founder of her school's Girls Who Code club, an officer of their national-qualifying science olympiad team and a member of the national-qualifying science bowl team. She also plays piano and clarinet, performing at Carnegie Hall and alongside TwoSet Violin.