We're a tight-knit team that has built and founded several ventures together. Below, you can learn more about each of us individually.
As the president and co-founder of Lynbrook High School's Website Development club, Matthew has three years of experience teaching programming concepts to others. He also taught website development skills to middle schoolers this past year after co-founding Develop summer academy.
In his free time, Matthew teaches local elementary schoolers how to play the clarinet and trumpet, plays musical instruments himself in Lynbrook's Wind Ensemble, reads ebooks, and watches science fiction thrillers.
Adhiv is passionate about merging the fields of business and technology—he has worked on a iOS skin health startup with mentorship from Harvard professors, developed numerous websites to solve problems in his community, and was awarded 1st place in national and state business competitions.
His experience working with students spans several years, from co-starting his own summer academy to helping run Lynbrook’s distinguished Speech and Debate camp, where students under his guidance won the camp-wide debate tournament. Adhiv also teaches programming one-on-one through a club he cofounded in his sophomore year.
In his free time, Adhiv enjoys competing on his school's varsity tennis team, playing with his cute (but vicious) puppy, dancing with friends, and chilling at Starbucks.
William Shan loves working with students—he has served extensively as a personal development coach, summer camp teacher, private writing tutor, and boy scout troop leader for both middle school and high school students.
On campus, he's a driven leader involved in student government and the academic French community who has also cofounded several ventures, including a summer academy, a web application that tracks meeting notes and action items, and several websites for his high school, Lynbrook.
Whenever he has free time, he participates in hip hop dance and reads. Next year, he will be pursuing a political science degree at Stanford University.