Seeing-i2i is in the early stages of its development, and we are gathering support from NBA2k players, diversity gaming groups, streamers, volunteers, community leaders, and donors.

 

Meet the Team

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Anjali Bindra Patel

Assistant to Founders

Anjali is a TEDx speaker (intergenerational friendships), lawyer advocating for equal rights, and entrepreneur. She is also the mom of three basketball fans, and bleeds CLE blood. She is also an Esports Advocate who believes that Esports aren’t a trend- they are our future.

Anjali has appeared on BeTheTalk Podcast for her intergenerational efforts, as was named Entrepreneur of the Week by Rebecca Jarvis (ABC NEWS) for creating seeing-i2i.com.

She is also an alumni of Harvard Business School’s Entrepreneurship Essentials Program and has given a number of talks on the importance of equal access laws in the D.C. area.

 
 
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Ishaana 

Co-founder of Seeing-i2i

I’m Ishaana! I am 8 years old, [Almost 9]! and i’m also a GINORMOUS fan of Billie Eilish. I like doing crafts, and drawing. I enjoy playing with my sister using are stuffed animals- oh… Did I mention that we [Me, (Ishaana), Saranya, (My sister), and Aarav, [My brother], have like, at least 1,000 beanie boos?! (Beanie boos is stuffed animal brand. Ty is the company that makes them). 

 

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Saranya

Co- Founder of Seeing-i2i

Hi, I’m Saranya! I’m 11 years old and I’m in 6th grade. I love spending my time with dogs especially our Yorkie-Maltese mixed dog, Maverick. I also love spending quality time with my family mainly my siblings and my cousins. Sometimes I’m not the best at it but I enjoy doing arts and crafts. A fun fact about me is that I have a deep collection of stuffed animals and a majority of them are beanie boos. My favorite two subjects are writing followed by math. 

Aarav 

Co- Founder of Seeing-i2i

Aarav is an avid NBA2k gamer, and knows every stat on every player. Literally. It’s basically impossible to keep up with this future sports statistician.

Within the D.C. area, Aarav and his siblings have been recognized by various local news outlets for their intergenerational work, including FOX 5- WTTG News, Neighbors Magazine and Bull Run Observer.