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Summer 2021 Staff & coaches
Wilson Waller has spent the past five years working on creative learning spaces in India and the United States. In India he constructed a learning center in Rakkar Village in the foothills of the Himalayas. In 2014 he founded Building Box, a social enterprise that converts shipping containers into custom classrooms. In these environments he designed and implemented a variety of hands-on learning programs for students from a variety of socio economic backgrounds to develop technology and critical thinking skills. Last year he created Mars Radio, a virtual learning program focused on sustainability.
Jaz Nguyen is a social entrepreneur focused on sustainability. She ran a project in Bali focused on recycling fabric waste by teaching local stay at home moms how to use these scraps to design bags. Money would go back to locals and towards water conservation. She has been teaching hydroponics around Asia with Wow Bali (Yayasa Global Banjar Interational). She is also a web and graphic designer and is currently building her own hydroponic nutrient solution which would be revolutionary as it only takes 24 hrs to create at-home nutrients vs 3-6 months. Jaz is also a licensed yoga instructor and mixed martial artist.
Sebastian Quinard is a student at Princeton University pursuing audiovisual generative art. He contributes to large machine learning and open source ecosystems such as ML4A and LEAF. Some of his personal projects include music GANs and crypto trading bots. When not coding, he can be found producing electronic music or looking up expired memes.
In addition to instructors, each camp will also feature guests sharing their expertise and leading workshops
“Cyber Arts is one of my favorite new startups. They had put a shipping container next to the Mississippi River and young people were inside learning coding, tech, and internet of things. It was fabulous!”
- Megan Smith, former CTO of the United States, in an article for Business Insider