Grace Kim, from Gaithersburg, Maryland, is finishing her BSc degree in Engineering Sciences with a focus on Aerospace and Robotics from Harvard University. Throughout her time as an undergrad, she served as President of the Harvard College Engineering Society, and PRIMUS, the First-Generation Low-Income Student Union. Working as a chief engineer on the Harvard Satellite Team, she gained a love for aerospace, which she cultivated further through experiences at SpaceX, MITRE, Code for America, Kayhan Space, and the Stanford Intelligent Systems Laboratory. Grace also has a patent under her name and hopes to one day establish her own startup in satellite communication and control systems that would make broadband networks not only available, but affordable to remote and rural communities. Grace plans to pursue a Master’s in Advanced Computer Science from the University of Cambridge as a Marshall Scholar.