Lumhaa helps you collaborate to craft personal, family, organization, and special event narratives with photos, videos, audio, and text. It works primarily through a mobile app that also helps you engage with memories others, including strangers, share from around the world.

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    Mara Muslea '20

    Mara is a sophomore at Princeton University pursuing a concentration in Operations Research and Financial Engineering (ORFE) and a certificate in Humanistic Studies. Her decision to study at both ends of the academic spectrum, engineering and humanities, was motivated by the emphasis on interdisciplinary thinking in the curriculum’s of both departments. Before coming to Princeton, she engaged in many community service organizations, particularly Interact Club and UCLA Hospital, and is exceptionally excited to join a company whose core principle lies in putting the individual, family, company, or community first. Mara loves triathlon, working as the Comptroller for the Daily Princetonian, engaging with her residential college (Forbes), and re-learning Romanian.

    Program: 2018 eLab Summer Accelerator

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    Shriya Sekhsaria '18

    Shriya is the founder and CEO of Lumhaa. She recently graduated from Princeton’s Department of Psychology with certificates in entrepreneurship, european cultural studies, and finance. She’s been dreaming about different versions of Lumhaa’s idea of saving and sharing life stories since she was four years old, and hopes it will tackle the two problems she cares most about -- loneliness and a rising lack of empathy in the world. Outside of Lumhaa, Shriya enjoys archery, writing novels, acting, and trading systematized financial products.

    Program: 2018 eLab Summer Accelerator

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    Hannah Wang '21

    Hannah is a rising sophomore at Princeton University pursuing a concentration in the Woodrow Wilson School and certificates in French and computer science. She is excited to work with Lumhaa because of its tremendous potential for social impact and expanding people’s understanding of the human experience. In her free time, Hannah enjoys theatre, creative writing, coding, exercising, and learning new languages.

    Program: 2018 eLab Summer Accelerator

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    Crystal Wu '20

    Crystal is a rising junior from New York City who has a passion for languages because she believes that they are the tools needed to understand more people. With immigrant parents, she grew up learning that everyone has a story to tell and memories to record. She is a Woodrow WIlson major with prospective certificates in French, History and Practice of Diplomacy, European Cultural Studies, and Finance. Besides French, Crystal also studies Spanish and is conversational in Cantonese. She hopes to be able to help Lumhaa grow in order to make the world a more personal and empathetic place. 

    Program: 2018 eLab Summer Accelerator