Krish Maniar is a sophomore at the Harker school. As the Founder of App Dev League, he hopes to impart free and readily available education to students who do not have access to many computer science resources and opportunities. His journey with computer science started in 5th grade, where he learned how to create simple console-based video games. Eventually, he progressed to learning advanced frameworks and libraries. Unimpressed by the stale and repetitive content available on free sources such as YouTube, he decided to create App Dev League and provide free education for underprivileged students.
VP of Technology
Kabir Ramzan is a freshman at The Harker School who is passionate about software development. As the VP of tech, he manages the technological operations and infrastructure of ADL, as well as oversees most internal teams. His skills include python and full-stack development. In his free time, Kabir enjoys building apps for his school to aid in remote learning and developing his software company (TogaTech).
VP of Operations
Shafin Haque is a sophomore at Saratoga High School and started coding since he was in middle school. As the VP of operations, he manages logistics and event planning for ADL, as well as oversees most internal teams. His skills include Machine Learning with Python and R, as well as web development with HTML. In his free time, Shafin enjoys competing in hackathons and playing video games.
VP of Marketing
Athreya DanielDirector of Curriculum
Claire MiaoDirector of Partnerships
Amit KaroshiDirector of YouTube & Video Editing
Cynthia WangDirector of Graphic Design
Aniketh TummalaDirector of Mentorship Program
Ashwin KuppahallyDirector of Website Development
Intro to CS
Intro to CS
Intro to CS
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ADL is a member of the CS for All White House Consortium, which aims to support organizations and faculty in providing the best experience for K-12 students.
ADL depends on TogaTech, which is a software development company built by Kabir (VP of tech), for most of its backend infrastructure and technological operations.
Code/Art is a non-profit whose mission is to increase the number of girls studying computer science by delighting and inspiring them with the creative possibilities of computer programming. ADL has partnered with Code/Art for speaker events (Code-Art Festival), as well as for curriculum assistance.
ADL works with Start On AI for developing accessible AI education to young students in middle school. We are in the process of developing an AI education week, and we also share content across our platforms.