A life driven through motivation, efforts, and innovation effectively becomes an inspiration for same or for coming generations. People who love to do something innovative with absolute determination easily surpass all sorts of boundaries and same is done by an Indian-American Swetha Prabhakaran, a teen entrepreneur and founder CEO of Everybody Code Now.
She is selected for the prestigious “Champions of Change” award at the White House and in its official statement White House says, “Under Swetha’s direction, Everybody Code Now! Has taught hundreds of students how to code and has raised thousands of dollars for STEM (Science Technology Engineering and Math) activities in schools.” It further adds, “”Her mentorship programmes have transformed shy young girls into confident students, community leaders, and budding technologists.”
Swetha who is only 15 year old and student at Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology, Virginia, is founder of Everybody Code Now, an organization that is absolutely dedicated for empowering the next generation of youth to become engineers, entrepreneurs and scientists. Her parents immigrated from Tamil Nadu’s Tirunelveli in 1998 and now they live in Ashburn, in Virginia.
Along with her passion for science and computers she is also an avid Bharatanatyam dancer and she has done her Bharatanatyam arangetram, which is the debut on-stage performance of a classical art student. Her story of following her passion and also letting others to be a part of innovation that can assist in social reformation in more constructive ways is really inspiring and that’s why she is getting lots of accolades on different global platforms.
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