2019 Hacker Fellows Interns

Introducing our 2019 class of Hacker Fellows Interns! We now welcome them to our rapidly expanding community of developers. These talented and young developers will be working with tech startups across Michigan this summer.


Perry Adamopoulos, Lingco Language Labs

I am currently a rising senior studying Computer Science at the University of Michigan. I love creating new things, and I am always seeking to improve my skills. In my free time, I love to play soccer and learn new languages (C++ and Spanish are my faves).

University of Michigan


Allison Broski, Lingco Language Labs

A golden grizzly hailing from Oakland University, I am excitedly working towards my BS in Computer Science. I love learning languages (both programming and linguists), reading, cross-stitching, and pushing my creativity through Dungeons & Dragons.

Oakland University


Chase Chapman, TryCrypto

Not the standard business student -- I'm a people-loving podcast junkie with an insatiable desire to bring creativity and empathy to tech. Recently, that means focusing on making blockchain easier to understand and use. If you're looking for an audiobook recommendation (or have a great one to share), I'm your girl.

University of Michigan


Emily DeLamielleure, NewFoundry

I am a mad scientist who is passionate about AI. If I am not coding, you can find me walking my dogs around southeast Michigan. As a former trapeze artist, I like to think I am a little bit of a jack of all trades.

University of Michigan


Victoria Ghazal, PassiveBolt

I'm a rugby playing, horror enthuses, board game connoisseur, computer science major at Michigan Technological University. I'm super interested in web and app development along with creating things with Arduino's.

Michigan Technological University


Shriyash Jalukar, Red Ventures

I'm Shriyash, a student finishing up my major in Computer Science at Oakland University. I love sharing my passion for technology with others, which is why I'm huge on attending and organizing hackathons. Always on the search for new projects, and can be easily bribed with Ashe Coffee in downtown Detroit.

Oakland University


Jessica Wang, Flow Video

What do you call a day-time programmer and night-time artist? A ProgArtist! I'm a ProgArtist who studies Computer Science at the University of Michigan. Whether it's painting or coding, my goals are to create something beautiful and functional. Let's create!

University of Michigan


Tyler Weisner, ToDoolie

I am an outdoor enthusiast with a love for disc golf and fitness.  I am driven by my passion for all things NEW from hiking trails, to shoes, and especially technology.

Michigan State University


Rahul Yalamanchili, Lingco Language Labs

I'm a graduate student at Michigan State University looking to grow as a software developer while making connections in the Michigan startup community. My interests range from building machine learning algorithms to developing web apps, so I'm open to learning just about anything related to computers. When I'm not playing board games with friends, I find myself watching (or rewatching for the fifth time) sitcoms like The Office or Parks and Rec.

Michigan State University