Meet CWRU Entrepreneur Arohi Mehta!
Arohi is a Veale Snyder Fellow with the Veale Institute for Entrepreneurship, and a computer science major in the class of 2025. She is also the founder of the Association of Computing Machinery-Women (ACM-W), a student organization for women in computer science.
“My interest in entrepreneurship began from founding ACM-W,” she said. “I had always enjoyed problem solving, and being able to solve problems in a different way. Combining my passion for technology as well as bringing a diverse group of women together is something that I've always been really passionate about."
"I just wanted to be able to bring that passion together, and that's why I started ACM-W. That really started my passion for entrepreneurship. Not really the business aspect, but more so just the idea of starting something and being so passionate about it—I think that’s what kind of drives my intentions moving forward.”
Recently, the organization delivered a successful CWRU AI Conference in partnership with the Hacker Society and the Veale Institute for Entrepreneurship.
Learn more about Arohi's experience running the AI Conference and more in the latest VealeInstitute& video!