Originally from Albuquerque, New Mexico, Isabel Gallegos is a junior studying computer science with a focus on systems and artificial intelligence. She is interested in using AI, machine learning, and math to find patterns in data to inform solutions to societal challenges, and hopes to pursue a graduate degree in computer science after she completes her undergrad. At Stanford, she is the Vice President of the Society of Latinx Engineers and the Outreach Chair for Women in Computer Science, and is passionate about education outreach and making STEM education more accessible to historically underrepresented communities. Isabel spent two summers working at Sandia National Laboratories in New Mexico, and most recently completed an internship at Microsoft. Outside of school, she enjoys running, playing soccer, baking, photography, and being outdoors.