United States of America
Archika is a second year undergraduate at Princeton University and the Founder of Innoverge, an international nonprofit empowering underrepresented and underserved youths with social impact-focused STEMxHumanities education. Innoverge has impacted 7,000+ youths in 14 countries and 56 locations, spanning 300 free workshops, camps, and programs. Alongside educational outreach, Archika is passionate about the intersection of computer science and social innovation. She has previously interned under NASA, the University of Washington, and Sensoria Health, a bioinformatics wearable technology startup. This past summer, she interned for CityTaps, a Parisian startup building technologies to bring affordable running water to poor urban households in developing countries. On campus, she serves as the Co-President of Princeton Entrepreneurship Club. Archika’s work has been featured in Forbes, Elite Daily and Geekwire and she has been recognized as a 2019 Global Teen Leader and Mars Generation 24 under 24 Leader in STEM.