First Name

Robyn

Last Name

G.

Bio

Robyn is a Senior at Menomonee Falls High School. Over the past four years, she has learned several programming languages from Java to CSS and Unity. Outside of school, she serves as the Wisconsin Future Business Leaders of America State Reporter as well as the National President's Director of Government Affairs. She enjoys being involved in government and politics as well as writing poetry and studying Spanish. Next year she plans on double majoring in Economics and Public Policy at either Princeton University or the University of Wisconsin Madison in hopes of going to law school. Her biggest career goal is to work on data and technology ethics as either a congresswoman or a practicing attorney. Robyn is a Senior at Menomonee Falls High School. In middle school, Robyn flourished in science fair and robotics opportunities, which contributed to her decision to take her first computer science course Freshman year. Throughout high school, Robyn has taken a total of 8 Information Technology courses, learning several programming languages from Visual Basic to Unity and this year, Java. Outside of school, Robyn is heavily involved in Future Business Leaders of America. She has qualified for FBLA National Competition twice, in Introduction to Information Technology as well as Mobile App Development. She hopes to continue this trend this year in her event: Job Interview. She has spent the last year serving as the Wisconsin FBLA State Reporter, as well as the National President's Director of Government Affairs. Robyn enjoys being writing poetry, studying Spanish and being involved in Government. Next year she plans on double majoring in Economics and Public Policy at either Princeton University or the University of Wisconsin Madison in hopes of going to law school. She believes that every student should be exposed to technological education because it builds critical thinking and problem-solving skills that can be applied to all career fields; especially in leadership. Her biggest career goal is to work in data and technology ethics as either a congresswoman or a practicing attorney.