About the Leadership Team
Daniel Lim, President
His interests include reading, solving rubric cubes and playing video games. He likes to play volleyball, swim and do Cross Country.
Nathaniel Latif, Vice President
Nathaniel Latif is a rising senior at Los Altos High School and aspiring coder. He enjoys the challenge of refurbishing laptops. Currently taking AP Computer Science, Nathaniel is a long-time devoted member of Computer Engineers of the Next Generation, a club dedicated towards teaching programming to underprivileged students. With his experience in coding and teaching kids, he loves to pass on his knowledge, and hopes that those he teaches can enjoy the joy of coding as well.
Trevor Smith, Technology Specialist
He is also fluent in Spanish, attended Escondido Elementary in Spanish Immersion from kindergarten to 5th grade. Trevor's favorite volunteer aspect of EqOpTech is the Computer-in-a-Box refurbishing of old laptops for donation to underserved school children.
Eric Che, Mentor
Eric is a rising senior at Saratoga High school, an avid musician who plays piano and clarinet as well as a sub 20 speed cuber. He is also a part of Robotics team, participating in FRC robotics competition. Ever since middle school, he has been very curious when it comes to tech and would find taking apart and putting it back together very amusing. He especially enjoys repairing and overhauling laptops as well as applying his skills to contribute to underserved community.
Kevin Gao, Advisor
Kevin Gao is currently a rising freshman at UC Berkeley. He serves as President of EqOpTech. His favorite subjects are statistics and computer science.
Kevin also has a passion for chess and piano, and is a member of GYP, a nonprofit piano organization that fund raises money for third world countries, as well as being the VP of his school’s chess club. In his free time, he enjoys coding, building robots, and watching hockey.
Terence Lee, Founder
Terence Lee is a rising sophomore at University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign. Inspired by his Eagle Scout Project to recycle, refurbish and redeploy unwanted computers, he founded EqOpTech to enable free, equal opportunity access to technology, resources and workshops to help educate underserved students.
To further engage more students to learn on a global scale, Terence would like to explore automation using machine learning and artificial intelligence to engineer a computer system to teach students in an engaging, interactive, and adaptive way.
Randall Lowe, Technology Advisor
Randall Lowe serves as EqOpTech's Technology Advisor. He is a rising junior at UC Santa Cruz. Randall is our technology guru, our go-to person for computer tech issues.
He is especially dedicated to helping disadvantaged kids to excel in STEM education, supporting both the laptop refurbishing as well as leading and teaching the STEM workshop, Hour of Code and Khan Academy mentoring programs at Sunday Friends.