Cindy Lin

Cindy Lin is a student of Mira Costa High School 2023 with a strong interest in mathematics and its various applications. Cindy was admitted to Princeton University in 2023.  She was the highest individual score for math olympiad in pacific elementary 2014-2016. In addition to math, she also enjoys computer science. Cindy is also involved in music, and is enrolled in her school’s Symphony Orchestra as a violinist. In addition, she was also nationally ranked in badminton prior to the pandemic.

I.C.E.A. Volunteer Experience:

  1. [2020] Math Fun: Pre-algebra, Session 1
  2. [2020-2021] Math Fun: Pre-algebra, Session 2

Claire Huang

Claire has taught Art Classes for ICEA Community since 2021 and is currently in high school. She won second place in a bookmark contest, and an award of merit for a reflection’s contest at school, and second place in a sketching contest. She started drawing when she was nine and has a strong passion for art!

I.C.E.A. Volunteer Experience:

  • [2021] Taught Anime Art
  • [2021-2022] Taught Anime Drawing and Comic Art classes to raise fund for more than $1000
  • [2023] Receptionist of Musical Theater Public Performance Event


Born November 21, 2005, Lucas has accomplished very little of memorability in his 14 years, but that’s okay. As a freshman, Lucas competed as a varsity level cross country runner at his high school LACES, and placed among the top 5 teams in the LA CIF 2019 City Finals. He also has culminated from the master duplication painting courses at Mission Renaissance, and continues his journey to pursuing proficiency in visual arts.

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Ruoshan began volunteering with ICEA during her junior year at Harvard-Westlake School. After dedicating two years to volunteering, she was admitted to Berkeley University in 2022. She is passionate about the intersection of computer science, entrepreneurship, and biomedical research. She is the only high school intern at the Kuhn-Hicks Lab of USC, where she uses machine learning algorithms and single cell microscopy to research cancer cell morphology and gene alteration. She is the co-founder of innovaTEEN, an online platform dedicated to supporting high school entrepreneurs by helping them connect to potential business partners. Ruoshan is also the co-CEO of Whistle, an app that serves as a support system for sexual assault victims by connecting them to hotlines, shelters, and online support forums. At school, she is the president of Girls Who Code, Red Cross, Best Buddies, and HW HOSA, Consulting Director for HW Venture, and a Features Editor for the Pacemaker-winning Harvard-Westlake Chronicle. She initialized “Kids Can Code!” for all kids who want to learn coding and have fun with coding, which is an 8-week tech entrepreneurship program sponsored by I.C.E.A. Incubator for Kids.

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