Carolyn Asante-Dartey (she/her) is a freshman planning to major in Computer Science and minor in Mathematics. She joined the Clayman Institute at the beginning of her freshman year, as a result of her passion for gender equality and empowering women of all backgrounds and fields within her society. She is also interested in the provision of equal access to resources and materials for education and other opportunities in professional institutions, especially for women from low-income backgrounds as well as women of color. Carolyn is focused on making the presence and the impact of women widely known, particularly in the areas of Science, Technology, Mathematics and Engineering. Through her time at the Clayman Institute, she hopes to engage more with the other faculty and graduate student fellows while broadening her knowledge on issues related to gender, sexuality and feminism.