Discover the members of our incredible global organization, the work they do, and what roles they hold.
Chia is a first-year at Yale majoring in Computer Science. In love with the intertwine of code and the humanities + angsty and angry at the state of the world, she seeks to advocate for tech and social good.
Pursuing computer science at the University of Melbourne, Keith is an avid computer programmer, web developer, and game designer who cares about spreading technology and impacting the youth.
Reach him on LinkedIn at Keith Leonardo.
Polly hopes to further prove technopreneurship applicable to any and every walk of life, to bring out the true potential of our country. She is an incoming college freshman taking up BS Information Technology Entrepreneurship at Ateneo de Manila University, Philippines.
Archit Gupta is a junior at a high school in New Delhi, India. He strongly believes that the future is technology and wants to make everyone technologically-abled, including those who can’t afford to. As the Vice-President for Education at Developers’ Society, he hopes to spread technological education and awareness beyond just the privileged.
Bianca Aguilar is a creative at heart. Passionate about the intersection of the arts and technology, she works tirelessly to create for her numerous advocacies, such as mental health and feminism. She aspires to become a UX/UI designer, desiring to make learning accessible to all.
Reach her on LinkedIn at Bianca Aguilar.
Jacob Darvin is a freshman at De La Salle University taking Computer Science. He has been with the Developers’ Society since its launch in 2016 and has worked on several personal projects involving technology and creation most notably in map design which has reached over ~10,000 people.
Aria is a critical designer and an artful developer. A regular in hackathons, she enjoys solving everyday problems with solutions that focus on efficiency and sustainability. Also a UI/UX specialist, she is interested in sociocognitive psychology, social engineering, and behavioral economics.
Joseph Cottingham is a high school senior attending the Downingtown STEM Academy. Joey has a love of developing products and companies. His experience as a product development team leader and a coding instructor will aid in improving the Developers’ Society support for our student fellows.
Joan Francisco is currently a scholar at Philippine Science High School — SOCCSKSARGEN Region Campus. She is an advocate for women in tech, a competitive programmer, web developer, and public speaker. She actively shares her learnings about technology, especially in programming, in hopes to motivate people to join the National Olympiad in Informatics along with her.
Christian Dasalla is junior at Philippine Science High School — Main, specializing in Physics and Engineering. As a youth leader, advocate, and Computer Science enthusiast with a heart for the community, he aims to make an impact in society through technology and education. He envisions Developers’ Society as a tightly knit community of creators who can freely share their ideas and creations to spark discussions and inspire.
Isabelle Lavandero is a developer and life-long student who is passionate about championing the advocacy for diversity in tech. Hailing from the Philippines, she is now a junior at New York University studying computer science and communication. Aside from code, Isabelle is fascinated by art and words in all their forms.
Kirsten Sison is an enthusiastic freshie from De La Salle University Manila who is passionate to reach greater heights by empowering women in the tech scene. She loves organizing and going to tech conferences and related events in general to gain knowledge and connect with inspirational women in the field through storytelling. At the moment, she is focusing on co-founding a startup that focuses on sustainability and recycling of waste materials.
Davendra Hassan is an artist, activist and aspiring astrophysicist from 81 Senior High School Jakarta. She is a lover of both science and art. Her designs have been featured in numerous ways, from school merchandises to international magazines. Studying under the rigorous Indonesian curriculum has shaped her beliefs in building the presence of technology and providing quality education to all.