Nationwide Team

(not a complete list. full list here)

Ethan Z.


Ethan is a freshman at UC Berkeley. He is very passionate about engineering, science, and technology, and loves using them to solving problems in the engineering field. He has conducted research focusing on challenges in spacecraft parachute design, rocket recovery, laptop thermal management, and new types of datacenter cooling. He enjoys taking things apart and figuring out how they tick. As the founder of The IT Club, he provides electronics repair services for students and teaches others how to repair their own devices.

Carolyn W.


Carolyn Wang is a senior at Saratoga High School who loves computational linguistic puzzles, CS, music, and writing. At school she is the Editor-In-Chief of her school newspaper The Saratoga Falcon, captain of the varsity cross country team, and president of the Information Technology (IT) Club and the Aspiring to Create English (ACE) Club. Outside of school, she currently interns under UCSC's CS department and serves as the 2nd principal flutist of the SJYS Philharmonic Orchestra. In her free time, Carolyn writes in her Medium blog and records music covers videos for fun on Youtube. At the IT Club, she currently manages all the organization's operations. Connect with her at

New York IT Club Team

Eamon W.

Director of The New York IT Club; Nationwide VP of Comms. and Technology

Eamon Wall is a 7th grader at Haldane Middle School who is interested in reading, writing, CS, web design, web development, graphic design, and music. At school Eamon is in an accelerated math class, a member of the student council, a member of the debate club, and a member of the Art and Photography club. Outside of school, he is a student journalist at the Highlands Current and codes his personal website. At The IT Club, he works on the IT Club's website as well as their social media platforms. He also hosts club meetings at the Desmond-Fish Library, and he works on computers. In his free time, he plays Cities: Skylines, bikes around his neighborhood, and films videos for school projects.