Meet Our board
We all have a passion for teaching and helping the community around us. We collaborate on all aspects of our organization to provide the very best for our families. Thank you for your interest in our organization and continued support in our endeavors. We appreciate all our students, instructors, officers, and parents!
Founder, teaches Current Events
Kiko is a rising junior at West Windsor-Plainsboro High School South. Her passion for teaching kids sparked when she taught science classes to younger students. When classes were canceled due to the coronavirus, she felt the need to encourage students to learn and connect with each other and chose to found Project Engage NJ. At Project EngageNJ, she hopes to connect children during these uncertain times and encourage their curiosity for learning.
Aesthetic Consultant, teaches Creative Writing
Asta graduates from West Windsor-Plainsboro High School South this year. From helping teach ice skating at her local ice rink to assisting younger students at her piano school, Asta enjoys connecting with children and giving back to the community. She loves helping her peers and has gained invaluable skills in through extracurriculars. Through Project EngageNJ, Asta wants to inspire and cultivate a passion for learning that she herself values.
Professional proof-reader, teaches Speech & Debate
Carol graduates from West Windsor-Plainsboro High School South this year. Carol recently founded “To Her, From Us,” a student-run organization that advocates for more female youth leadership. She also has experience working with political campaigns. Carol has always been incredibly passionate about independent learning, so she is so honored to serve on a board that will allow young people to discover their own dreams and visions.
Organization expert, teaches Photography
Nandika is a rising junior at West Windsor-Plainsboro High School South. She has always had an interest in working with and teaching people younger than her, and she finds it really important to help students pursue their passion for learning during this tough time. She hopes this program will encourage kids in her community to engage in activities they enjoy and connect with other people their age.