Kylie Taitano is currently a fourth-year undergraduate student at UCSD studying Computer Science. Originally attracted to Computer Science because of video game design, she quickly discovered how versatile the field is and is interested in software testing. When she's not down at the computer labs, you can find her playing video games, cooking or baking, or at the gym!
Huang is a second-year Computer Science major who is interested in software engineering and computing education. Her passion about computer science started with the "magic boxes" her dad brought home during her early childhood. She was and still is amazed by the possibilities and opportunities offered in the field of computer science and engineering. Huang is also very passionate about increasing the diversity of STEM fields and promoting science and engineering to young women. Outside of programming, Huang enjoys photography, stamp carving, and all sorts of crafts.
Theresa is a fourth year undergraduate Computer Science major who aspires to be a powerful coding wizard one day. Just kidding. Kinda. She started off pursuing Mechanical Engineer but saw the light in her second year and never turned back after that. She is passionate about solving real world problems with programming. Outside of CS, she likes to dance, play video games, and read in her free time when she's not locked up in "The Dungeons."
Sneha is a fourth-year Computer Science major. It was really by chance that she took an introductory programming course as a freshman and ever since then she has been hooked. WIC provided her with a means to explore this passion further and she is extremely grateful for that. When not facing the computer, she enjoys art, reading, sightseeing, and hanging out.
Senior Professional Development Chair & Grace Hopper Chair
Mishika Vora is a fourth-year majoring in Computer Science and Management Science and is passionate about getting women interested in Computer Science at an early age through outreach! Her career interests include e-commerce and technology-related humanitarian projects. Her hobbies include yoga, photography, running and reading.
Professional Development Chair
May is a third-year Computer Science major who is interested in computer security and web development. She is eager to learn and always tries to keep a positive attitude. She hopes to inspire others to join computer science and is passionate about using technology to further humanitarian efforts. When her life is not revolving around technology, May plays water polo with the UC San Diego Women's Water Polo Club Team and enjoys outdoor activities and trying new recipes.
Professional Development Chair
Kacey is a senior ICAM major, and full-time Web Developer & SharePoint Evangelist for Peregrine Semiconductor. She is also the Lead Python Programmer for the Walking Tools project on campus. Outside of work and school, Kacey enjoys doing freelance design work, attending conferences, hacking her Roomba, or playing video games.
Antonella is a second-year transfer student studying Computer Science. Drawn to computer science through her passion for robotics, her goal is to become a research scientist studying robotics and artificial intelligence. She is passionate about outreach and getting more women involved in STEM fields. When she's not working on robots in the lab, she can be found cycling, playing cello, or on an outdoor adventure.
Programming Competition Chair
Nonie Grewal is a third-year Computer Science major. Her interest in Computer Science is a result of the tremendous impact programming has on her life – from the car she drives, the phone she uses, to even the digital camera she loves to take photos on. She believes that Computer Science is truly a limitless and continuously growing field of study and application. In addition to her passion for computing, she is also interested in art, graphic design, and traveling/exploring new places.
Technical Skills Chair
Helena is a third-year Computer Science major (also a passionate foodie) whose interest lies in human-computer interaction. She sees computer science as an art form, where the possibilities to create, and change the way we think and live are limitless. Sites habitually found in her browser history include TED and Yelp. She is fond of independent coffee shops, Parks and Recreation, jazz music and often exhibits symptoms of wanderlust.
Gina is a fourth-year Computer Science major, an artist, and a writer. She aims to create, create, create, be it in lines of code, on a canvas, or in a storyline. She works to the loudest, thumpiest club music to keep her awake, and enjoys British folk and pop at other times. She has an encylopedic knowledge of movie events amongst other otherwise useless talents and enjoys frequenting wikis, especially for spoilers.
Olivia is a PhD student in her third year at UCSD. As a member of WIC for two years, she is excited to act on behalf of her fellow graduate and undergraduate members as a WIC officer. She is focused on building a strong community and support group for graduate students in computing. Beyond her research and community involvement, Olivia is interested in enjoying the oceans and mountains of San Diego, and trying out new moves on the dance floor.