Mohib Jafri is a sophomore at Harvard, where he is majoring in computer science.
He is the Chief Technology Officer of VHacks, the world's first ever hackathon at the Vatican, where he worked closely with leaders of the Catholic Church in bringing students across the world to the Vatican for a chance to ideate, code, and present a software engineering product for social impact. Along with VHacks, Mohib is also an Executive Board member of HackHarvard, Harvard University's annual hackathon.
Prior to Harvard, Mohib was a valedictorian at Granada Hills Charter High School, where he managed 40 students and a budget of $180,000 as treasurer of student government. He earned an IB diploma and honors on the varsity debate, Science Bowl and Model UN teams. Mohib co-founded Project Speak-Up, an organization focusing on youth empowerment, and worked on a $370,000 clean energy project on campus to change from fluorescent to LED bulbs.
High school: Granada Hills Charter High School
Harvard CollegeCambridge, MA
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