Sanat Moningi Memorial Scholarship

Sanat Moningi

This scholarship was created in memory of Sanat Moningi (BS CS '14), a talented data scientist determined from childhood to make life better for the people and communities around him. He founded Code for San Francisco's Data Science Working Group, as well a nonprofit, Voterly, which provides tools for voters. This scholarship is for students with minimum GPA of 3.0 and a drive to use technology to improve society and help others.



2022, 2023: Carolyn Yuan
Carolyn Yuan

Carolyn Yuan, hailing from Cleveland, Ohio, is a fourth-year student at Georgia Tech majoring in Computer Science with a focus on Information Internetworks and Modeling & Simulations, while also pursuing a minor in Computing & Business through the Denning Technology & Management Program. On campus, Carolyn has served as a Teaching Assistant, and supported her peers as a Resident Assistant. Beyond her studies, Carolyn enjoys tennis, running, lifting, and exploring the beauty of the Atlanta Botanical Garden. Post-graduation, Carolyn is set to join the technology development program at Capital One in Chicago, where she plans to leverage her technical skills to drive meaningful social change.

2021: Allison Farrelly
Allison Farrelly

Allison Farrelly is a fourth-year at Georgia Tech studying Computer Science with Info/Internetworks and Media as her threads. Since her first-year at the Institute, she has been involved with a few organizations, namely Girls Who Code and Society of Women Engineers. Both organizations aim to encourage women into the STEM field by promoting diversity, inclusion, and development of pivotal technical skills at a young age. Allison has been on the board or committee of these organizations, pioneering development workshops at local high schools, mentoring students at large conferences, and increasing outreach through social media platforms. After graduation, Allison intends to continue to use her technical skills to impact social change by participating in Employee Resource Groups at her workplace, and by volunteering or freelancing on the side.

2020: Spencer Kee (BS CS '21)