Today’s Young Black Women in Computing Honoree is Amelia Henderson. Amelia is the Research Chair for Spelbots. She is a junior dual degree computer science and computer engineering major from Stone Mountain, Georgia. She has done summer research in the Human-Automation Systems (HumAnS) Lab at Georgia Institute of Technology
as well as the Humanoid Engineering and Robot Systems (HERS) Lab at Spelman College. Amelia plans to have a career as a software engineer in which one of her goals is to develop educational software especially for those who may have learning disabilities. In her spare time, she enjoys mentoring to others, watching movies, and playing video games. Congratulations
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Amelia on being an inspirational young women in computing and technology.