Anthony Boyle is a junior at New Providence High School. As the Vice President of his town's Technology Student Association chapter, he has promoted STEM in his community by exposing it to younger students and making more local information about it digitally accessible. In addition, this past year he placed first in New Jersey in TSA’s Coding competition, and sixth in the nation in its Software Development competition. To explore his interests in computer science and the environment, this past summer Anthony served as an intern for Tree-Plenish, a 501(c)(3) non-profit dedicated to empowering high school students to host community tree-planting events. Now employed as a Software Developer in the organization, he works on its data pipeline, automated messaging systems, and more. Anthony believes that one of the best things to do with knowledge is to share it, so he is an involved volunteer at the non-profit Schoolhouse.world. Here, he tutors math and serves as the lead of tutoring operations, managing people-centric systems such as onboarding and volunteer hour verification. In the future, Anthony hopes to utilize computer science and engineering to help automatize the world and make it a safer place.