HackerPack LLC

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HackerPack LLC is the ultimate web-based, open-source toolkit built on a community of hackathon participants who want to learn and contribute to diversity in the technology space.

http://www.hackerpack.co/
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    Angelina Bingei '18

    Angelina is a rising junior at the University of Maryland, College Park, studying Information Systems and Marketing in the Robert H. Smith School of Business. At Maryland, she is a pro-bono consultant for DC area nonprofits and the current vice president for Maryland’s bronze chapter of the American Marketing Association. She enjoys long distance running in her free time.

    Program: 2016 eLab Summer Accelerator

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    Justin Chavez '17

    Justin is an undergraduate student at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County as part of the Meyerhoff Scholars Program. In his free time he attends hackathons and mentors other high school and college students.

    Program: 2016 eLab Summer Accelerator

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    Jonathan Chavez '19

    Jonathan Chavez is an upcoming sophomore at Montgomery College majoring in Computer Science.  He has participated in hackathons and enjoys playing soccer. 

    Program: 2016 eLab Summer Accelerator

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    Lois Dzebissov '19

    Lois is a rising sophomore at Princeton University studying Computer Science with an intended minor in Robotics and Intelligent Systems. She enjoys programming and hackathons, as well as art and design. 

    Program: 2016 eLab Summer Accelerator

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    Linhchi Nguyen '18

    Linhchi is the co-founder of HackerPack and a second-year student at Princeton University majoring in Computer Science with minors in Engineering and Management Systems, Neuroscience, and Statistics and Machine Learning. At Princeton, she is an Entrepreneurship Club officer and plays for the Women’s Ultimate Frisbee team. Outside of school she is active in Neuroscience research, creating her own creative designs, and attending hackathons.

     

    Program: 2016 eLab Summer Accelerator

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    Jaime Orellana '17

    Jaime is a member of the CODE2040 family and holds a passion for technology ever since he first laid eyes on a computer. He enjoys attending hackathons, having attended more than six hackathons in the spring of 2016 and winning various accolades along the way. 

    Program: 2016 eLab Summer Accelerator

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    Amy Tong '18

    Amy is a rising junior at Columbia University majoring in Computer Science and Neuroscience & Behavior and minoring in Anthropology. She is an active member of Columbia's Office of Multicultural Affairs as well as a captain of their back-to-back national champion fencing team.

    Program: 2016 eLab Summer Accelerator