Katherine Huang 🤷🏻‍

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Hey, I’m Kat.

In middle school, I self-studied Modern Greek, classical Latin, and HTML/CSS… which has to be modern, I’m pretty sure.

Now, I study computer science at MIT, using tech to improve cities and push the boundaries of interactive media.

I founded and lead Science and Us, a community helping high school and college students discover, explore, and practice science communication.

I’m a founder of the We Are America Project, working with students and teachers across 25 states to share stories about what it means to be American.

In between, I organized hackathons, did bioinformatics research, and interned at Repl.it, a Y Combinator-backed startup with a community of over 2 million makers and coders.

When I’m not working on projects, I’m probably scrolling through memes or exercising—maybe both.

👋🏻 Say hi

I love meeting new people and having interesting conversations! Email is a very reliable way to reach me: [email protected].

You can also find me on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn, Github, and the Hack Club Slack.

📍 What I’m doing now

(The concept of a “now page” is from Derek Sivers.)

During IAP, a month-long term where MIT undergrads get to do whatever they want, I’ll be:

Last updated December 31, 2019

📠 Fun facts