A 10th grader, 14-year old Emma is the Founder of Timeless, a mobile app that helps Alzheimer’s patients stay engaged and connected to loved ones. In September 2017, Timeless was selected as the winner of the MIT Solve Brain Health Challenge and designated as one of the 38 Solvers out of nearly 1,000 solutions from 103 countries. In March 2018, Emma was named the Grand Prize Winner of the Women Startup Challenge hosted by Women Who Tech and Google. Most recently, Emma was invited by Arm to be one of the three global youth ambassadors to launch their newest initiative, Generation Arm 2Z.
Emma is passionate about Artificial intelligence, Machine Learning, Robotics, Science, Computer Science, and Technology Innovation. In 2015, Emma won first place in the US and second place globally in Technovation Challenge, a global technology entrepreneurship competition for girls, out of 400 teams from more than 60 countries. Emma believes that technology can be used to help solve problems and make the world a better place. She is a strong advocate for STEM and would like to encourage all girls to explore their interests in science and technology. In 2016, Emma was named one of New York’s 10 Under 20 Young Innovators to Watch and Crain’s New York’s 20 Under 20 2016. In 2017, Emma was selected as one of the 100 Faces of Impact globally.