Anika is currently pursuing a major in Computer Science Engineering at Princeton University. She graduated from Singapore American School in 2020 where her activities included leading awareness programs for inequality based issues, mentoring for STEM based elementary activities with 20-30 students, founding a mystery and problem solving based club, and playing varsity badminton. In her junior year, she interned at a solar energy company where she analysed and manipulated satellite and sensor data for historical trend analysis and live system monitoring.
Since graduating High School, Anika has been a data analytics and programming intern at engineering, financial, and software based companies. Some of her projects include automating and optimising data extraction processes, implementing a daily news extraction and analysis system, and creating a live graph based analysis app used to study and make financial decisions. She is also a News writer for The Daily Princetonian, Princeton's college newspaper. Passionate about STEM and education, she hopes to get students curious and excited about learning.
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