Teen Scientist and Inventor
At 16, Neha Shukla is already an influential scientist. Her invention – Six Feet Apart – is a wearable device that helps people maintain social distance. While developing it she discovered her passion: To help teens channel their excitement about technology into real-world solutions and started Innovation Corner, where she has coached more than 23,000 students. This year, she won the Diana Award, was featured in the New York Times, and was named a 2021 Global Teen Leader by the We Are Family Foundation.