Emma is a sophomore at Mainland Regional High School who is passionate about 3D printing, coding, and design. She holds an industry certification in Autodesk Fusion 360 and is VEX Robotics Certified Educator. Emma is lead CAD designer and builder on her nationally ranked FIRST Robotics Team #7149. She has contributed significantly to her team being a Design Award finalist at the World Championship in Detroit. She founded a VEX robotics team in her local community. They won the NJ State Championship in the middle school division and qualified for the World Competition in Kentucky. Emma started the VEX robotics club at her high school, gathering materials and mentoring students while still heavily involved in CAD and her FIRST Robotics team. In addition, Emma is interested in Computer Science. She is a certified Java SE Programmer and has certification in Python. In 2020 Emma was chosen as one of the NJ top STEM students to participate in the highly selective NJ Governor's STEM Scholar Program to work on a Computer Science project. Emma enjoys volunteering. She is on the NJ STEM Girls Steering Committee, taught CAD classes at the South Jersey First Tech Challenge workshop, mentored rookie robotics teams and volunteers at local STEM camps. Emma continues to learn and share her CAD and 3D printing knowledge and experience with the underprivileged students in the community. Emma lead 3D printing and design workshops series for teens at Atlantic City Free Public Library and Mays Landing Library and she has plans to reach even bigger audiences in the future. She also worked with an Occupational Therapist to design and 3D print an orthotic device for a young girl with cerebral palsy. Emma is on the varsity tennis and track teams at her high school. Her hobbies include nail art and baking. As a person who thinks outside of the box, she plans on pursuing an engineering career, incorporating design and 3D printing in the medical industry.