It’s nice to meet you! As RoboKind's leader in our work to support social and emotional learning for people with Autism Spectrum differences, I work with educators and therapists around the world to improve outcomes. I excel in individual and small group environments that help learners show observable increases in engagement: eye contact, body language and social interactions. In my free time, I like to travel to conferences, meet with lawmakers on Capitol Hill, and host dance parties.
I love helping students learn to code! As the leader of RoboKind’s science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) initiatives and the world's first dark skin humanoid robot, I work with educators and developers around the world to help meet computer science learning standards that prepare the next generation of scientists. In my free time, I like to present at museums, go to Youth Code Jams, attend career days, and, when I grow up, travel to Mars!
Hi there! As the first robot teaching assistant, I help teachers learn to code with a purpose, leading RoboKind's efforts in empowering teachers and learners to code across the curriculum. I love greeting students at the door, introducing lessons, explaining new concepts, and leading small group and peer-to-peer learning. Did you know I am the first facially-expressive, female humanoid robot in the world? In my free time, I love joining after school Girl Scouts and Girls Who Code groups, helping researchers, and creating short films.
As an educator, you understand that amazing feeling when a student succeeds. We feel it everyday when an Autistic student generalizes a skill or when a STEM student writes their first program.
With the help of educators like you, we believe that inclusive technology can empower students of all capabilities to succeed.