TEEN SCIENTIST & INVENTOR
GLOBAL TEEN LEADER
"WE CAN SOLVE REAL-WORLD PROBLEMS BY LEVERAGING SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY"
Neha Shukla is a 16-year old innovator and changemaker passionate about leveraging science and technology to create social change. Working to solve real-world problems using STEM, she invented SixFeetApart - a wearable social-distancing device to slow the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic. She loves sharing her innovation journey to inspire students globally to tackle the world’s greatest problems through creativity and innovation.
Neha is a 2021 Global Teen Leader for her efforts in innovation and global outreach. She is also recognized by late Princess Diana of Wales from the Diana Award, as well as the President of the United States from the National Gold Presidential Volunteer Service Award for creating SixFeetApart to save lives amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
MY MISSION & Core values
I'm on a mission to leverage science and technology and my passion for helping others to solve real-world problems and help people globally. I hope to use my curiosity and ambition for helping society to both build new innovative devices and inspire a new generation of young innovators.
What I'm Working on...
"Expanding my global outreach of my innovation workshops to impact over 100,000 students"
"Creating new innovations to address problems like climate change and neuro-degenerative diseases"
STEM & INNOVATION
"Sharing my research and 4-step innovation process with students and organizations"