Sprihaa is a student at the American School in Japan in Tokyo. She enjoys bringing tech education to a wider audience through World Coding Club and getting to meet people interested in technology from across the world. In her free time, she can often be found weeding at her school’s rooftop garden, drawing at her desk, or trying her hand at cooking.
Yuko is a high school student in Kyoto. Her passions include gender equality, economics, business, and technology. She is excited to work with the student volunteers to create a community of young coders and entrepreneurs from around the world through World Coding Club. Yuko is also the founder of SHEQUALITY, a social platform to share feminism from the perspectives of young women around the world.
Dhvani is a junior at India International School in Japan. She is passionate about helping World Coding Club bring coding and STEAM education to different parts of the globe. On the side, she also enjoys drawing, playing piano, baking and always looks forward to interacting with new people.
Hector is a student of St. Mary’s International School in Tokyo. He has a large variety of interests including calligraphy, drawing, and coding. He is also passionate about developing code, especially when related to and can contribute to the UN’s sustainable development goals. He is currently a volunteer of the World Coding Club and is excited about taking part in the club’s activities.
Meg is a high school student at the International School of the Sacred Heart. She has an interest in learning computer science. Her favorite language is Python but she is planning to learn other languages. She is excited to work as a member of the World Coding Club and meet new people through the experience.
Nadir is a sophomore at the American School in Japan and one of the leaders of the ASIJ Computer Science Club. He was drawn into CS under the impression it was the best and most interesting way to solve real world problems. He has since taken a great interest in cybersecurity and joined WCC to help others learn about the field while coordinating computer science competitions.
Ridhi is a high school student at the Indian International School Japan. She likes to paint, design, create digital art, and travel. She also enjoys composing music and trying out different coding techniques. She enjoys meeting new people and is looking forward to spending time with the other members of the World Coding Club.
Ryo is a high school student at Saint Maur International School in Japan. His interests include computer science, math, and sports. He is excited to work with the World Coding Club to create a community of students interested in technology from around the world.
Tiana is a senior at the International School of the Sacred Heart. She has taken Introduction to Python Programming course in her junior year, and she is planning to take AP Computer Science A course next year. She is still new to the computer science field, and her interest in computer science is very broad from programming to internet and cyber security.
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Ishita is a student at Indian International School in Japan. She takes an interest in learning coding, making digital art and interacting with people with similar interests. She is excited to work with the World Coding Club in bringing coding and STEAM education to broader areas in the world.
Yuma is a high school student at The British School in Tokyo, and studies Maths, Computer Science and Physics. His interests include programming, playing the piano, and cooking. He is excited to help World Coding Club provide STEAM education to various people around the world, and getting to know different people throughout this experience.