Beatrice Low

Founder and CEO

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"The world faces many major challenges every day, and the pandemic only served to worsen these issues. I believed that I could do something to help my community during this time, and I founded Beatastic to provide educational programs in the humanities, arts, and social sciences (HASS). As our organization grew, Beatastic decided to focus on addressing social issues in our communities that best utilize our knowledge in HASS. These issues include education inequality, the gender gap, and equal opportunities for those with disabilities/special needs."

Beatrice Low is a sophomore at Greenwich Academy. She is passionate about making a meaningful impact on the community through social entrepreneurship. In the summer of 2021, she attended LaunchX to improve her own entrepreneurial skills and she was a case presenter for the New York Institute of Finance's Global Prosperity for All Initiative (PAI) regarding “understanding the role and benefit of stock markets”. She also attended the Signature Girls Who Code summer immersion program to learn how to apply coding skills to real social issues facing our communities.

 

Beatrice is also an active performer who has played at major concert halls including Lincoln Center as well as Carnegie Hall’s Weill Recital Hall. She has won numerous local, state, and international awards; recent awards include the Grand Prix Winner of the Concerto Competition and the first prize winner in American Protégé.

 

Beatrice is a member of the John Hopkin University's Julian C. Stanley Study of Exceptional Talent (SET) and Center of Talented Youth. Additionally, she is an avid chess player who has represented the state of Connecticut in person at the National Girls Tournament of Champion for 6 consecutive years. She also loves math and qualified for AIME in 2021. Her other interests include basketball, robotics, reading, and traveling.