The TU20 Executive Team is made up of bright talented students, from Grade 9 to University, all working together to create an amazing environment for the Halton Tech Community. From a Marketing Team to a Development Team, those responsible for ensuring Tech Under Twenty runs smoothly, all put forth their best effort to help build our technology community.
Angela Xiang is a first-year student at the University of Toronto in the Mathematical and Physical Sciences stream. She has been a member of TechUnderTwenty since July 2018 and is passionate about bringing people together to solve the world’s problems. When she’s not attending meetings or solving math/physics problems, you can probably find her knitting with her cats or baking copious amounts of sweets.
Khrish is in his first year of University, attending the Smith School of Business at Queen’s University. His passion for business and innovation has inspired him to lead numerous organizations including DECA, Port Credit Leadership Council, and many more. With this, Khrish is also a foodie, constantly trying out new cuisines and cooking techniques such as molecular gastronomy. With TU20, Khrish hopes to inspire youth to pursue a passion for business and technology.
Rori is a first year student at McGill University looking to major in Microbiology & Immunology. In her spare time, she can be found exploring new trails to go on runs, or trying out new recipes. With her interests in STEM, she wishes to help students find more opportunities in these fields through TU20, and she is excited to be the Chief Events Officer this year!
Leadership Development Program
Shrena Sribalan is a driven, passionate and motivated Grade Nine student at Craig Kielburger Secondary School in the I.B. program. She has developed a passion for business, technology, social justice, as well as graphic design. For the past 10 years Shrena has been playing the piano and learning an indian classical dance form. In her spare time, she gives back to her community by teaching piano with OCOM, planning events with my town, bringing awareness to child hunger and lack of education as well as using social media to share COVID-19 updates.