Shaundra B. Daily is an Associate Professor of Practice in Electrical and Computer Engineering and Computer Science at Duke University. Previously she was an associate professor at the University of Florida in the Department of Computer and Information Science and Engineering as well as an Associate Professor and Interim Co-Chair in the School of Computing at Clemson University. She received her masters and doctorate from MIT. Her work involves designing and implementing technology-infused learning environments that provide youth an opportunity to learn about themselves, others, and to gain insight into interpersonal dynamics.
Dr. Sperling leads the Applied Research, Evaluation, & Engagement area of Duke University's Social Science Research Institute.
Megan Gray is a Research Analyst in Evaluation and Engagement at Duke University's Social Science Research Institute (SSRI). She serves as a project manager and researcher for both qualitative and quantitative evaluation and research efforts, in partnership with community-based programs as well as campus-based initiatives. Megan came to Duke from the nonprofit field, where she evaluated and monitored implementation of county-wide early childhood programs. Her prior experience includes school-based social work, teen pregnancy prevention/positive youth development programming, and public health evaluation.
Medha is a senior at Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology in Alexandria, VA. As an advocate of gender diversity in STEM, she founded SheTEM, a 501 (c)(3) nonprofit in 2017 to inspire young girls to take up STEM careers. She is passionate about exploring applications of Computing and Technology to address real-world problems. Her work in this area has been highlighted by local and national media such as the Washington Post, and WDVM TV. She is also involved in several activities such as Congressional Debate, hackathons, Indian dance, #BuiltByGirls, NCWIT, Technovation Challenge, National Honor Society, and Latin Honor Society.
Amy Arnold has been with the Duke Technology Scholars Program since 2017, and currently serves as Executive Director. Before coming to Duke, Amy did management consulting with McKinsey & Company, led a technical product marketing team at Hewlett Packard, and worked in public affairs at Stanford University. She also serves on the board of the Ravenswood Education Foundation. Amy earned a B.S. in Computer Science from Texas A&M University and an MBA from the Stanford University Graduate School of Business.
Kelly Perri is a program manager for DTech, the Duke Technology Scholars Program. With 20 years of experience in talent acquisition, technical recruiting, campus relations and project management in the tech sector, she helps students majoring in STEM fields at Duke identify and develop their unique abilities and skills. She earned a BA in Communications from The Ohio State University.
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