Angela Cai

Senior at Stuyvesant High School in New York City, NY

Angela was a (relatively) late comer to the world of math competitions. However, driven by her enthusiasm for challenges, she taught herself competition math and proof-writing. Angela is a now Math Prize for Girls qualifier, as well as an AIME qualifier. As a woman in STEM, Angela co-founded an online math program and presently serves the INTEGIRLS-NYC Chapter as co-president. She continues to radiate throughout her community by fostering supportive math societies and encouraging her peers to pursue their passions. Outside of school, she enjoys taking walks with her family and hopelessly dreams about one day having her own furry friend...preferably a Shiba Inu.

Shankar Subramani

Freshman at Morgantown High School in Morgantown, West Virginia

Shankar has been teaching students locally at a variety of levels. Currently, he teaches science to students at the local middle school every Monday to prepare for the Science Bowl competition. Shankar was a tutor for the Suncrest Middle School MATHCOUNTS team, and he prepared lessons on advanced math topics to coach his students for the state and national competitions. In addition to his passionate participation in a wide range of competitions such as MATHCOUNTS State, National Science Bowl and Scripps Regional Spelling Bee, Shankar enjoys playing viola in his spare time and is also a yellow-stripe belt in karate who is leveling up soon!

Vivian Loh

Sophomore at Winchester Thurston High School in Pittsburgh, PA

Vivian Loh was the first girl ever to win the Pennsylvania MATHCOUNTS competition in its 36-year history. Thriving on the challenges and excitements brought by competitions, Vivian has made her journey to the USA Math Olympiad Training Program (MOP) in 9th grade and been qualified for Math Prize for Girls (MPFG) several times. She really likes teaching, interacting with the math community, and solving/writing problems, especially geometry. When Vivian grows up, she always hopes to inspire younger people to pursue math!

Eddie Kong

Junior at William Mason High School in Mason, Ohio

Eddie is currently captain of his high school Math Team and enjoys guiding discussions for his classmates weekly. He has also been coaching the middle school MATHCOUNTS team for two years. Eddie tutors ESL students weekly at school and privately tutors math for students from 4th to 8th grade after school. As a competitor, Eddie is a two-time AIME qualifier and represented the state of Ohio at 2018-2019 MATHCOUNTS Nationals. Outside of math, Eddie has a passion for language learning and international cultures– he is fluent in Mandarin and Shanghainese, conversational in Spanish, and learning Japanese. He is also part of a nonprofit organization that holds virtual exchanges between high schools from across the world. On top of language learning, Eddie enjoys running, biking, and watching esports.

Audrey Lim

Junior at Davidson Academy of Reno, Nevada

Audrey is a three-time AIME qualifier and represented Nevada in 2019 MATHCOUNTS Nationals. She has been an active member in the Davidson Academy Math Club since 2018, and now she leads the club's success in various competitions (AMCs, Purple Comet, MATHCOUNTS, Math Madness, etc.) as the club president. Audrey also has the experience of designing and delivering curriculum for her math club's summer and winter camps, which had online sessions. Apart from math, Audrey enjoys biology (USABO semifinalist 2021), playing the viola (principal violist at NYO2 2021), vegan cooking/baking, and skiing when the snow allows!

Aiden Wen

8th grade student in the Westwood High School learning community in Austin, Texas

Aiden was one of the 4 students represented Texas in 2020-2021 MATHCOUNTS Nationals. Throughout his middle school years, he has participated in a variety of math related competitions, such as MATHCOUNTS, AMC 10, AIME and USAJMO. While being a math competitor, Aiden also taught a 6-week long AMC 10/12 course and wrote many instructional handouts for a class of 30 students. In addition to math, Aiden enjoys programming and science. He was the captain of his middle school's Science Bowl team and in the USACO silver division. In school, he is constantly promoting math and science clubs. In his spare time, Aiden hangs out with his band and basketball team. He also enjoys listens to K-POP, especially IZ*ONE and TWICE.