Suhani Gupta is a high school junior at West Windsor-Plainsboro High School South. Her interest in STEM has manifested itself through helping others learn more about science. Suhani is the founder of a nonprofit organization named Impact Code, with the goal to help other kids learn about the principles of computer science. She also has utilized a platform with Girls Who Code to create activist websites that spread awareness of political problems around the world. Suhani also expanded on the opportunity for researching virtually, having conducted research on nuclear chemistry and astrophysics with professors from the University of Michigan and Notre Dame University, sponsored by JINA-CEE. When not pursuing a STEM-related passion, Suhani also takes initiative in public speaking and is an active competitor in her Mock Trial and Debate Teams, where she has received awards for her speaking capabilities. She finds fulfillment in working with kids, whether it is recommending a good book to them while volunteering at the library, or helping foreign students improve their English. In her free time, Suhani enjoys playing basketball, songwriting with her guitar, and baking with her sister.