2019 - 2020 Board

Danielle Maydan

Danielle is a junior at Hunter College High who loves mathematics and science and is dedicated to promoting the increased participation of women and other underrepresented groups in STEM fields. In her free time, she enjoys dance, reading, and attending plays in NYC. As a co-founder of Hunter College High School's Girls Who Code Chapter and an organizer of ARROW, Danielle is excited to continue empowering other girls interested in STEM.

Lead Organizer

Maya Milrod

Maya is a junior at Hunter interested in technology in the corporate world and chemical engineering. When not working on ARROW, she loves to knit, crotchet, and read. She is a competitive swimmer, on the track team, and frequently participates in triathlons. She represented the US at the 20th World Maccabiah Games for swimming.

Lead Organizer, 2017, 2018

Eva Lu

My name is Eva and I am a sophomore at Hunter College High School. I am a Girl Scout and a track and field athlete, and love traveling. I am passionate about empowering girls interested in STEM and business careers!

Assistant Organizer

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Katarina Ivkovic

Katarina Ivkovic is a junior at Hunter College High School that is passionate about achieving gender equality in male-dominated fields, such as business and STEM, and also about increasing educational opportunities for underserved communities in NYC. In her free time, she enjoys reading, baking, skiing, and volunteering. This is her second year as a part of the ARROW Team and she looks forward to planning future conferences for more NYC high school students!

Lead Organizer

Sophia Li

My name is Sophia and I am a sophomore at Hunter College High School. I am part of the school orchestra and track team and am passionate about helping young women find their places in stem and business careers!

Assistant Organizer

Devanshi Shah

My name is Devanshi and I’m a sophomore at Hunter College High School. I love drawing and painting, and playing on my schools badminton team. I am part of the South Asian Youth Association at my school and enjoy participating in Mock Trial! I want to encourage women, especially women of color and underprivileged women, to pursue careers in STEM fields and become more comfortable and knowledgeable with their own personal finances.

Assistant Organizer

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Maeve Miller

Maeve was drawn to the intersection of tech and business and the stigmas women face in executive positions through her experience at Girls Who Code, Tech Girls, and #BUILTBYGIRLS. 

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Isabel Corpus

Isabel began working to diversify the student bodies of elite NYC high schools when she began work with ESPI and AdmissionSquad, two organizations that provide test prep to students from low-income school districts.

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