Co-Founder of Tinker Qubits Foundation
Rinsa is an educator and professional who has worked extensively in the field of education. In her 14 years of experience she has seen how children from low-income communities struggle with schooling. One of the reasons for this struggle is the ineffective use of tools in education. Hence, she is passionate about how access to computer-based systems can level the playing field for the students who need it most.
She started Tinker Qubits Foundation to help improve access to quality learning, having seen the disparate education access rates and results for underprivileged students. Tinker Qubits works towards reforming computer science education for students between the age group of 10-18 years in Mumbai, Maharashtra.