Rachel is a co-founder of the Radicle Lab. She is a senior at The Taft School in Watertown, Connecticut.
Passionate about public health, Rachel has worked with an organization in Hong Kong to provide healthcare to low-income minorities. In addition, she has also founded Eatpower, an initiative to promote wellness to the children in her community. Rachel believes that social entrepreneurship has the transformative power of empowering communities.
Haodi founded the Radicle Lab after seeing many peer social entrepreneurs unable to realize their potentials due to various limitations on teenagers. The Radicle Lab was built to abridge the limitations.
Haodi is a junior at The Governor’s Academy in Byfield, MA. He is passionate about history, political science, business & finance and biochemistry. He also enjoys using computer science to bring innovative solutions to problems in local communities.
Mihir is a senior at The Taft School in Watertown, Connecticut. He has a strong passion for business work that has a greater concern for society.
Mihir has past experiences with different non-profits in New York City, Connecticut, Chicago, and Ahmedabad, India. He is the first high school student to win Be The Change Venture Inc.’s seed grant. Beyond the classroom, he is engaged in his school’s local community through volunteer works. His proudest moment in social entrepreneurship was being awarded a cash prize from Wesleyan University’s Patricelli Center for his idea to remediate hunger issues in Ahmedabad.
Celine Cheung is a Senior at Phillips Academy in Andover, MA. She is passionate about social media and its implications with human connection and interaction. She has worked with multiple advertising agencies
Celine is attending University of Pennsylvania in the fall of 2020.