Emma Koslow is a senior in high school who is an advocate for accessibility in computer science. She started coding at the age of six and currently knows 20 programming languages. After her sister was diagnosed with a neurological disorder, Emma decided to create Programming Pals. After trial and error of how to implement a program for people with disabilities, Emma is currently working on recreating Programming Pals as a website that will provide video tutorials that will introduce coding to people with disabilities. Because of her work and experience, she has been recognized as a 2018 Stanford University She++ Fellow, a 2019 NCWIT Aspirations in Computing National Winner, and a 2017 National Coding Week Ambassador. Emma currently serves as the youngest and only high schooler on the CSForAll Accessibility Pledge Advisory Board.
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