To date, Elizabeth considers her most rewarding experience to be when she interned at CODeLLA, a local nonprofit dedicated to teaching underrepresented girls STEM. There, she led a group of about 30 girls in a technology and entrepreneurship summer immersion program and designed a 3-week business boot camp curriculum. Elizabeth is the 2018 National Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship (NFTE) Inventor Pitch Challenge Runner-up on their advanced competition track. She is an active member of school technology organizations such as FBLA and TSA and works hard to apply her technical skills in everything she participates in. Elizabeth always strives to learn more, with 4 computing courses and 2 industry certifications under her belt. In the future, she hopes to go to a 4-year university and pursue a degree in either Environmental or Financial Engineering.