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We're a community of students on a mission to learn through making hands-on projects.

We are tinkerers, creative thinkers, and problem solvers. We are future scientists, engineers, architects, and artists. What brings us all together is that we are all makers.


We created Maker Hub Club to bring together student makers from all disciplines and provide them with makerspace equipment, funding for projects, and most importantly, a community where they can share their projects and collaborate with others. Today, we serve student makers from secondary schools all across the United States.


Board of Directors


Anthony founded the Maker Hub Club Initiative to create the maker program he always wanted. In 2019, he piloted the program at his high school and became the top recipient of the HonorsGradU #DesignABetterFuture challenge where he was awarded a grant to expand the program to schools across the United States.


Anthony Neil Tan
Founder & Board of Director

Maker Skills:
Plant Biology

⚙️ Product Design

Precision Agriculture, Social Entrepreneurship, Hands-on Education

Gardening, Cooking

Gerie Wang

Gerie is the Chief Operations Officer of WIN USA Education, an educational company that hosts S.T.E.A.M. maker camps at elementary and middle schools. In this role, she supervises several classes each summer and winter. These maker camps teach hands-on activities such as mechanical slot cars and electrical circuits, a curriculum designed to spark the creativity of students behind in school. She also serves as a WIN USA Education coach for the Telesis Academy of Science & Math Middle School Science Olympiad team. If you drop in at one of their after-school research/build sessions, you can find students tinkering with electronics like hard-core engineers.

Outside of work, she is an active community member who constantly searches for ways to improve education. Through serving as a Board member of the Maker Hub Club Initiative, she hopes to engage educators in the movement towards more hands-on education.

Education: B.S. in Finance and Marketing from the University of Southern California (1989-1993) and MBA in Finance and Technology from the University of Phoenix (2001-2003).

Youth Council Members


Athena is a UC Berkeley undergraduate studying Computer Science. In high school, Athena led an electronics club that taught Arduino programming and computer science to peers. Now at UC Berkeley, Athena is a member of Mobile Developers at Berkeley where she develops apps for businesses. 

After meeting Anthony in 2019, she joined Maker Hub Club and together they collaborated on launching new Maker Hub Club programs such as the Workshop Series and the Maker Hub Club Individual Membership Program.

Athena shares the Maker Hub Club vision that making is an empowering way of bringing ideas into the world. Through serving as the Maker Hub Club Youth Council Chair, she hopes to impact as many student makers as possible. She also looks forward to connecting to student makers across the US, learning about their interests, and picking up a couple of new skills. 


Athena Leong


Cathleen is currently a senior at Diamond Bar High School. In 2019, her sophomore year, she had the opportunity to create a Maker Hub Club chapter at Diamond Bar and since then she's been building maker culture in her school. Having first-hand experience with starting a chapter, she understands the challenges and joy behind it all.

In 2020, she joined the Youth Council as Vice Chair. In this role, she hopes to share her knowledge about founding chapters with schools all over the US. She is also looking forward to engaging with student makers and continuing to learn from her fellow STEM peers.

In the future, Cathleen plans on becoming an orthodontist so that she can give beautiful smiles to children.


Most notably, she participated in the SourceAmerica Design Challenge and placed Top Five nationally. In her free time, she teaches children (she ADORES them), does photography, and loves to hike. She is also a huge Harry Potter fan!

Cathleen Chen


Aadhav is currently a sophomore at Dougherty Valley High School. He has 6 years of 3D printing experience and has been teaching 3D printing for 2 years. In 4th grade, Aadhav was introduced to 3D printing by a room parent and was inspired to learn more. Coming into middle school, Aadhav was delighted to find out that the school had a 3D printer, but noticed that few students used it. So in 8th grade, he founded Windemere Ranch Middle School's 3D Printing Club so that he could spread awareness and knowledge of 3D printing to other students. After moving on to high school, Aadhav has continued to support the 3D Printing Club as an Advisor.

Looking to teach 3D printing to students across the US, Aadhav launched Maker Hub Club's very first virtual 3D Printing Workshop Series in Fall 2020. Now Aadhav serves as the Founder and Director of the Maker Hub 3D Printing Division and as a member of the Youth Council.

Other notable achievements include being a recipient of the John Hopkins University CTY Grand High Honors award and the President's Volunteer Service Award, Gold Medal. He is also a Software Intern and TA at the California Tamil Academy.

Aadhav Prabu

Workshop Series Instructors


Akshar Raikanti

  • Dougherty Valley High School

  • 2 years of experience teaching 3D printing to middle school students

  • 4 years of 3D printing experience

  • Fun fact: I'm a half-marathon runner!


Asena Yildiz

Krishiv Haranath

Xieshi Zhang

  • UC Berkeley Mechanical Engineering undergraduate 

  • ASME Andrew Kenneth Roe Scholar

  • Patent-Pending innovator in sustainable packaging solutions

  • Fun Fact: I used to do archery as a sport!

  • Dougherty Valley High School

  • 2 years of experience teaching 3D printing

  • Speech and debate instructor for middle schoolers and elementary schoolers

  • Arizona College Prep High School - Erie Campus

  • 3 Time Instructables Contest Winner

  • Started making CoreXY 3D printer and tensile testing machine in 8th grade

  • Other projects: variable voltage power supply, mini lock box puzzle


Shefali Sastry

Adrian Gore

Benjamin Arnold

  • Data Scientist at Nextdoor

  • Former Program Lead, Avionics Engineer at Space Enterprise at Berkeley

  • Education: B.S. in Information Systems at UC Berkeley (2016-2020)

  • Dougherty Valley High School

  • 2 years of experience teaching 3D printing

  • Palmer Trinity High School

  • President and Founder of STEEEM Club - National High School winner of NASA's Growing Beyond Earth maker contest

  • President of Apollo Solar Car Club

  • Founder and Former President of Middle School Robotics club - Top 50 finalist in Vex IQ World Robotics challenge.

  • Founder of Seed To Salad



Nathan Jong

  • Former Maker Hub Club Youth Council Chair

  • Former Workshop Series Instructor

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Alessandra Ong

Yaxuan Sun

  • Former Workshop Series Curriculum Contributor

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