For the second year in a row, Jenelysc Martinez Paez has been recognized for an Aspirations in Computing Award from the national Center of Women & Information Technology for 2018. She was recognized as one of the top young women in technology from a field of 3600 candidates. Jenelysc is a senior in Information Technology at the Columbus Downtown High School. She is also a Frank W. Watson Scholar and intern with The 912 Group, publisher of OhioMBE & OhioFBE.
She has a 3.966 grade point average. Jenelysc is involved in Tennis, Swim Team, Mock Trial, Student Council, Robotics Club, and National Technical Honor Society.
“It is important for me to go to college because it will be the time when I am able to pursue academics to my full potential. I want to learn as much as possible so I can bring that knowledge to other as it was once brought to me. I want to inspire young girls so they can see the same beauty I see in mathematics and sciences. My dream is to learn and impact the world, but to achieve this goal, it is fundamental that I go to college.”
Published in OhioMBE – March 1, 2018 – pdf