Current Program Leaders   

Robot Springboard Technology Camp @ Drexel University is part of the AspireIT program funded by The National Center for Women and Information Technology.   NCWIT is an organization developed  to encourage and empower young women to pursue careers in technical fields.

Drexel University has graciously partnered with NCWIT to help support the Robot Springbaord program.  In order to be a leader for an NCWIT AspireIT program candidates must have been recognized with a national or regional award through the NCWIT Aspirations In Computing program.


Our Current Leaders:

(listed alphabetically)


Allison Chang is a junior at Upper Dublin High School. She enjoys creating and designing websites, which she enters in the Computer Fair each year. Competing in the graphic design category of the fair has also been a great outlet for her artistic abilities, where she has been able to compete at the state level as well. In addition, Allison enjoys helping teach younger students varying topics in STEM through the organizations she is involved in, such as Catalyst for Success. You can also find her curled up with a book or playing field hockey in her free time. 


Annie Liang will be a junior at Lower Merion High School in the upcoming 2018-2019 school year. In middle school, she was a founding member of GLIST (Girls Lead in Science and Technology), a club whose goal is to "debug" the stereotype of male-dominated STEM related fields. Currently, Annie is an officer of her school's FIRST robotics team, Dawgma. In April, they qualified for the FRC 2018 World Championship in Detroit. Besides robotics, she is a vice president of her school's Math Club as well as the treasurer of Latin Club. Outside of school, Annie enjoys to play both tennis and the flute. She recently had the honor to play in the 2018 Pennsylvania All-State Band. In the future, Annie hopes to have the opportunity to introduce STEM-related activities to more people outside of her community.


Amy Ouyang is currently a junior at Methacton High School. In school, Amy is the Multicultural Club treasurer, promoting diversity through events like the International Fair; the Biology club treasurer, helping members prepare for the Biology Olympiad; the Entrepreneurship Club IT Lead, creating a startup business; and the Girls Who Code Vice President, teaching girls in Skyview programming. Amy participated in science fair for 5-years at the state and regional levels. She plays trumpet in the Methacton marching band which won the Field-Show-Grand-Champions in the 2016 Outback Bowl.

Out of school, Amy leads a musical quartet that plays monthly at the Phoenixville Hospice. She enjoys art, travelling the world, poker, and investing.

In the future she wishes to find a decent job, have a family with 2 kids, 2 cats, and one dog, retire by 60, travel the world with life/death experience, and then die in peace.


Emily Yu has been a Robot Springboard program leader for the past three years. She’s currently a high school senior that’s hoping to major in computer science and work in the computer graphics field. In addition to helping others discover their interests in STEM, she’s also loves playing soccer, going on hikes, and drawing.