Nabib is a Harvard student studying Computer Science, Statistics, and Economics originally from New York City. He graduated within the top 1% of his class from a New York Specialized High School as an AP National Scholar and Intel Science Scholar. He received offers from 7 Ivy League Schools, MIT, and Stanford, and ultimately matriculated at Harvard where he's in the dual masters/bachelor's program as a Gates Millennium Scholar.
He has experience in academia and research (co-authoring his first research paper in high school), public policy and government (leading various political campaigns and passing successful legislation in NYC), software development (completing numerous technical projects and working as an industry Software Engineer for Oracle and FaceBook), finance and business management (consulting for multiple Fortune 500 companies), and education (leading workshops and conferences globally in Asia, Latin America, and Europe). His current project is a start-up developing sensor technology for produce ripeness in an effort to combat food waste and loss. He's passionate about helping the next generation of students achieve their full potential through supplementary education or mentorship on passion projects!
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