Co-founder and Executive Director of Earth Hacks
Sanjana Paul is the co-founder and executive director of Earth Hacks, an organization that works with university students to create environmental hackathons, and an atmospheric science software developer at NASA's Langley Research Center. She holds a bachelors' degree in electrical engineering and physics, and has worked on research projects ranging from building hardware and writing software for urban air quality monitoring to designing a spectrometer for custom laser sources. Sanjana is also an industry mentor for The GREEN Program, and has participated in the United Nations' Youth Assembly as a delegate. While still completing her undergraduate degree, she co-founded the Green Robotics Innovation Project (GRIP).