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Register by October 30th

In-person NYC 🗽 * November 4th

With the goal of creating an uplifting space, myNetworkHer[Hacks] invites female and non-binary high schoolers to both promote their own organizations and share their solutions for a more connected world, this hackathon will have an assortment of prizes, engaging workshops hosted by gender-marginalized high schoolers, speaker sessions with leaders in the STEM industry, networking opportunities and free food! Hosted by myNetworkHer, a mentorship platform created by two 15 year olds, the hackathon will take place in November in New York City.

The venue will be sent closer to the date to those who RSVP. More info soon!

Open to Gender-marginalized high school students of all levels

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Speakers & Judges


Morgan Young Speaking


SereneMind Video Released


Next Gen Women in Physics Speaker


Level The Field Video Release


Anessa Tam Speaking


Level The Field Video Release


Teens Make it Happen Networking Session


10:30 - 10:40 - Opening

10:40 - 11:10 - Vivian Phung 

11:10-12:00 - Work 

12:00-1:00 - Working Lunch​

1:00-2:00 - Work

2:00 - 2:15 -  4 Workshops​

2:15 - 3:00 - Final touches 

3:00 - 4:00 - Present to judges while In-person Fair sets up!

4:00 - 4:20 - Free networking session while judges deliberate.​

4:20 - 4:30 - Closing Ceremony and awards!


Anessa Tam

Pre-hackathon Speaker

Community @ Qloud Games

Anessa is currently a fourth-year graphic design major at the Academy of Arts University, with a passion for visual storytelling. Currently, she is putting her skills to work as a community engagement manager at Qloud Games, an indie game development studio in Australia. In her last couple of years of being a student, I've been exploring various facets of design, but she is particularly drawn to branding, typography, and packaging. Design is all around us, and she is thrilled to be a part of this ever-changing field!


Vivian Phung

Keynote Speaker

Founder of Snowball Tools

Vivian is the founder of Snowball Tools (, building dev tooling for crypto-enabled apps. At 23, she's had an untraditional journey: dropping out of her sophomore year of college and joining Instagram as a full-time Software Engineer in NYC. Previously, the Co-Founder and CEO of Search on Dora, a multi-chain block explorer (, Software Engineer at Instagram, and Software Engineer Intern at Facebook, Apple, and Eventbrite.

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Morgan Young

Pre-Hackathon Speaker

LinkedIn Top Voice, Student

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Laila Shabir


Obama USA Leader, Founder of Girls Make Games

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Isra Shabir


Director of Operations at Girls Make Games

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