Meg is a freshman at Stanford University, where she is a member of Cap and Gown, a women’s leadership group and the oldest continuously operating student group at Stanford. Meg is a prospective computer science major and already has a patent pending for an invention of her own called the Morris Orthotic. She designed it after her beloved school bus driver, Mr. Morris, died after his foot was amputated due to a diabetic ulcer. Her device could become the standard of care to help prevent amputations and deaths from diabetic foot ulcers. This summer she will work as an intern for Booz Allen Hamilton in Washington D.C.