Seidy Castillo is a senior at the Passaic Academy for Science and Engineering. She holds the positions of Vice-President in Math Honor Society and Girls Who Code, as well as President in Key Club and National Honor Society. Seidy's exceptional commitment to service earned her the Youth Appreciation Award. Seidy's academic enthusiasm shines through her research achievements. Participating in the Duke Math Program, she tackled Mathematical Topology and co-led a successful effort to prove the Borsuk-Ulam and Ham Sandwich Theorems. She presented these findings to Duke Math Department members. In the realm of computer science, Seidy's team won first place in the Bergen Community College STEM Program with an innovative device detecting organic volatile compounds. She gives back by crafting websites for local small businesses and using her TikTok platform to promote women in STEM and provide coding tutorials. With a passion for mathematics and technology, she aims to make a lasting impact on her academic journey and the wider world.