BIASED LIFE / DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY - BESmart Hackathon

BIASED LIFE / DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY

AESIA COHEN

Delaware State University · ATTENDED TCX 2018
My name is Aesia Cohen and I am a Senior at Delaware State University majoring in Information Technology. I am currently a Transforming Education through Active Learning (TEAL) Mentor with the goal of tutoring and mentoring new Computer Science or Information Technology Freshman as they enter their college career. I am also a Google IgniteCS Volunteer Instructor with the goal of exposing minority middle school students to Computer Science and inspire them to join the field. I am well versed in Linux, SQL, and Java, with experience in Technical Quality Assurance/Quality Content testing.

JABBAR HUSSIE JR.

Delaware State University · ATTENDED TCX 2018
My name is Jabbar Hussie Jr. I am 20 years old and from Upper Marlboro, Maryland. I am a rising junior and Computer Science major at Delaware State University. I enjoy playing sports, video games, and making people laugh. Some people may believe I’m quiet or shy but I’m not. I just sit back and observe sometimes. My real personality comes out when I consider myself actually knowing people. I have a brand and website where I sell apparel and hats representing royalty, confidence, and humor. The logo is a king clown. I am really looking forward to this experience.

JOSE ANTONIO PATINO

Delaware State University · ATTENDED TCX 2018
I am a computer science major from Atlanta, Georgia. I really enjoy systems that make everyday life easier and productive. I also have a huge fascination in machine learning and artificial intelligence.

STEPHON FONROSE

Delaware State University · ATTENDED TCX 2018
My name is Stephon Fonrose. I was born in December of 1995 at a hospital in Brooklyn, NY called the Interfaith Hospital. When I was just 6 months old, my mother sent me to Trinidad to live with my grandmother and my siblings. I spent a few years there and a few months before I turned 7 I moved back to Brooklyn to live with my mother and my aunt. We moved to Queens, NY shortly after and that is where I would spend the rest of my childhood and teenage years. I realized around high school that I had an interest in different technologies and learning about how they worked. I took that curiosity and built upon it by reading articles and watching YouTube videos about new technologies and eventually began taking apart and putting back together things that I already owned. It was this curiosity and zeal for technology that helped me make the decision to become a Computer Science major.