My name is Rhea Goswami.
I am currently a senior at Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology (TJHSST)
and an incoming freshman at Cornell University's College of Engineering,
where I am planning to study computers, artificial intelligence, and computer vision.
I am a Computer Vision project student intern at Georgetown University, and I work with a startup that provides solutions to impact the sectors most dear to me: human wellness, climate change, and environmental justice,
using Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Internet of Things (IoT).
As the co-founder and executive director of the Environmental Justice Coalition,
I lead a team of passionate students mentored by leading faculty and researchers at Johns Hopkins University and University of Virginia.
When I'm not studying or researching, I can be found figure skating, reading, watching history documentaries, making desserts, or eating ice cream!
If you want to chat, feel free to connect with me on my socials down below!
Check out my project and research portfolio!
Operating Systems: Windows, Macintosh, and Linux Systems
Programming Languages: Python, Java, C++, HTML, mySQL, R
Packages: GNU Octave, MATLAB, Anaconda, Autodesk AutoCAD
Skills: Web Development, Robotics, IoT, Arduino, Graphic Design, Animation
USFS Synchronized Skating Nationals Finalist 2018
USFS Synchronized Skating Easterns-Juvenille (DC Edge) 3rd Place 2018
USFS Synchronized Skating Easterns-Intermediate (Chesapeake) 5th Place 2019
USFS Gold Medalist Moves in the Field
USFS Silver Medalist Patterned Ice Dance
Check out the youth policy making and advocacy I co-founded here.
National Student Ambassador for When We All Vote
Former Director of Technical Research at Encode Justice
Civil Rights Policy Fellow at the Greater Good Initiative
Latin Language: AP Latin Student and Gold Medalist in numerous National Latin Exams
Writing & Poetry: Scholastic Art and Writing Awards Silver Key and Honorable Mention
Academic Essays: Academic Decathlon National Bronze Medalist for the Essay Category and USSYP Essay on Electoral College
Art: Pencil and Pen Sketches
Watching History Documentaries
Making or Baking Desserts
Listening to Music