RELEASE: Rep. Hill Announces 2021 Central Arkansas App Challenge Winner
WASHINGTON, DC, December 3, 2021
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Rep. French Hill (AR-02) today announced Episcopal Collegiate School student, Neil Sash, as the winner of the winner of the 2021 Congressional App Challenge for Arkansas’s Second Congressional District.
“I congratulate all participants in this year’s competition, and you should be proud of your hard work. It is always exciting to see where central Arkansas students’ creativity can lead and the impact participating in this competition can have in your future in computer science,” said Rep. Hill. “I’m proud of not only Neil’s work creating his Global Home Doc app, but all of the innovations from our future leaders because they are a testament to Arkansas’s efforts to lead the nation in computer science and STEM education.”
This year’s panel of judges included Jay Chesshir (President and CEO, Little Rock Regional Chamber of Commerce); Errin Stanger (Director, Arkansas Regional Innovation Hub); Thomas Wallace (Web Services Liaison, UALR Information Science Department); and Daniel Schutte (Managing Director, Accelerator Programs, The Venture Center).
Neil Sash – Global Home Doc, Episcopal Collegiate School – 11th grade
You can learn more about Neil’s app HERE.
Walt Hill – Inventory Management System, Central High School – 9th grade
Zac Bevill, Hanna Vantseyeva, Vincent Twidwell and Eli Rose – State Park Findr, Benton High School – 12th grade
Jackson Lemons, Thomas Anderson, and Evan Sanders – Vaccine Trivia Game, Bryant High School – 11th grade