Last year we introduced you to a Naperville teen whose invention is getting national attention. This year, Trishia Prabu’s anti cyber bullying program took her all the way to the White House.
There, the Neuqua Valley High School freshman got a chance to demonstrate her anti cyber bullying software, Re-think, at the White House Science Fair.
Prompted by the suicide of a Florida teen, she developed the program last year for the Google Science Fair and was one of 15 global finalists.
Afterwards, Prabu and her program headed to New York City for a global leadership summit.
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