Congratulations to both Christina Li ’21 and Sarah Chen ’21!

Each year, NCWIT (National Council for Women in Technology) recognizes technological achievements of US female students.  There are five levels of achievement, with the top two at the national level (winners and honorable mention), followed by recognition at the state level. 

Out of top 400 US female students recognized by the NCWIT at the National Honorable Mention level, two are Phillips Academy students: Christina Li’21 and Sarah Chen’21.  

A bit about Sarah and Christina: 

Sarah Chen ’21 (co-president of the CS Club; co-president of the Techmasters Club; Coding Circle community engagement program; tech summer internship, CSC500, MTH650) 

Christina Li ’21 (co-founder and co-president of Girls in STEM Club at PA; CSC500, MTH630, MTH650)

Here’s the NCWIT announcement:https://www.aspirations.org/blog/four-hundred-us-high-school-women-are-recognized-technological-achievements-1?mc_cid=5b401338a2&mc_eid=6ebeeb69d

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