Kamryn is from Omaha, NE, and is studying computer science and mathematics. Her non-profit experience includes partnering with Omaha Street School and AIM Institute. As a community action project, her team designed a set of tools to address learning loss in elementary-aged students. After an intensive weekend hackathon, they created a "Summer Challenge" prototype that they plan to deploy in June 2021. Her leadership experience includes serving as the co-enrichment director for the Collegiate Panhellenic Council. In this position, she organized events to increase awareness of stereotypes and gender bias. Her internship experience includes working at Baldwin Hackett & Meeks, Inc., as a quality assurance tester intern. In this role, she was responsible for configuring existing software to more efficiently compare data between databases. She also wrote automated regression tests to test UI screens for BHMI's core product. Since April of 2020, Kamryn has worked at UNO's IS&T Attic with Associate Dean for Academic Affairs Deepak Khazanchi. In this position, she's collaborated with Lutheran Family Services and the Goldstein Center for Human Rights to create a web application to help connect undocumented workers with secure and accurate counsel. In June of 2021, she will be transitioning from that job to a position at the Henry Doorly Zoo. In this role, she will be working with the Education Center where she will develop and lead summer STEM camps. Her career interests include teaching, with a focus on math and computer science education. She hopes to leverage her math and computer skills into a career that seeks to address the STEM gap at all education levels.