Founded by students, for students, Execute Big is bringing the beauty of computer science to all.
Execute Big is founded with the intention of giving back to the student hackers community. The idea is straightforward: we could not have become who we are today without the community, and now we’re passing that support on to more students.
Megan made hackathons in the greater Cincinnati region the next big thing, running five hackathons of her own including the Midwest’s largest and Cincinnati’s first. Along with her programs, she has impacted 1000+ students across her community, receiving national media coverage and invitations to speak at corporate and community events.
Mingjie started a series of beginner-oriented hackathons in the Washington D.C. area. He has mentored countless student leaders across the nation in the past few years, helping them start their own events. He is deeply committed to creating opportunities for less privileged computer science students, and he also works with CodeDay and Cal Hacks.
Being incredibly passionate about bridging the educational and gender gap in fields of technology, Julia founded her school’s Hack Club to introduce coding to more people. Aside from computer science, Julia is a lover of mathematics and enjoys playing the cello.
Kavish has always been driven to make computer science more accessible to the underprivileged community and has participated in multiple science fairs and hackathons. Kavish founded the Olympiad Club at his high schoool to encourage more people to explore the subjects of competitive mathematics, computer science, and science. In his free time Kavish likes playing tennis, reading, and investing.
Brian is an aspiring web developer and cyber security enthusiast. He loves working with other passionate programmers, and enjoys tackling complex programming challenges in hackathons and CTFs. Brian hopes to inspire others to code, and has worked with many students as a former CodeDay volunteer of 2 years.