CRYPTO-HUNCHO / ALABAMA A&M UNIVERSITY - BESmart Hackathon

CRYPTO-HUNCHO / ALABAMA A&M UNIVERSITY

EMMANUEL JODA

Alabama A&M University · ATTENDED TCX 2018
Emmanuel is currently a Sophomore at Alabama A&M University with a major in Computer Science and a minor in International Relations. He was award the AAMU Merit scholarship based on his outstanding academical performance. Outside the school environment, Emmanuel loves volunteering and promoting diversity in the Tech field. He is currently a Google IgniteCS Mentor in Huntsville Alabama and a scholarship recipient of HBCU@SXSW (South by South West) 2017 for diversity in Austin Texas. Emmanuel plans to own his own Tech Company, but most importantly with the aim of promoting minorities and female programmers in the Tech field.

GEORGIANA WRIGHT

Alabama A&M University · ATTENDED TCX 2018
Georgiana Wright is a freshman at Alabama A&M University, where she majors in Computer Science and minors in Mathematics. She enjoys programming and creating applications in her spare time. She has created several applications like ANGEL SCAN, a machine learning application used to detect abnormalities in mammograms. She was awarded the Lean Forward, Fail Smart Innovation Award for Pikaluyik Anjuniaktuk “Ice Hunting”, an IOS app using Swift for the Inupiaq community within Alaska that needed a solution for maintaining the environment on their reserved land while establishing a steady streamline of environmental data to federal agencies. She was a bioinformatics intern at Hudson Alpha. She was responsible for administering the development of FORGE Methodology on Data Preprocessing in the GATK Whole Genome Analysis Sequencing within the Worthy Lab. Georgiana has received several accomplishments and accolades, here are a few: She was a featured speaker at Women Who Code Huntsville Lightning Talks, she won the Lean Forward, Fail Smart Innovation Award at the 2017 Huntsville Space Apps Hackathon, a 2018 Google Generation Scholar, a member of Alabama A&M’s Honor College, a winner of the Miranda Bouldin STEM Scholarship,she serves as a Media Lead for Alabama A&M’s Bulldog Ambassadors, and a winner of NSBE Timothy Briggs Award.

MICHAEL DOUGLAS, JR.

Alabama A&M University · ATTENDED TCX 2018
Michael Douglas, Jr. is a junior from Kentwood, Michigan who is majoring in Computer Science with a minor in Cyber Security at Alabama A & M University. His current involvement on campus include Student Chapter of Association for Machinery (ACM) and National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE). Special skills and experiences include Computer Programming: Python, C++, HTML, Java, 2018 Google Nashville Hackathon in Nashville, TN (HTML, Java), Google: Drive, Document, Spreadsheet, Presentation, Form, Microsoft Office: Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Publisher, Outlook, Adobe: Illustrator, Photoshop, web development and he is a self-learning programmer. He is also a member of Lighthouse Full Life Center Church in Grand Rapids, Michigan.

SYDNEY JENKINS

Alabama A&M University · ATTENDED TCX 2018
Sydney Jenkins is currently a sophomore majoring in Computer Science at Alabama A&M University. Sydney enjoys programming in C++ and has also picked up on Python, and Java, which made her the ideal candidate to be the Teacher’s Assistant in her Java Visual Programming class. Outside of her course work, Sydney has been training under her professor for a year in a Computer Science Research program called Stem-Cyle where they are implementing an online learning tool into programming classes to increase students coding skills and testing ability. Sydney was awarded to be an NSF Scholar recipient for her exceptional work-ethic and determination in her classes. After graduation, Sydney plans to pursue her BS in Computer Science as a Cyber Security Engineer.