“Today’s inventors are different, we have more
information, technology and resources than ever
before,” noted 10th-grade Veronica Lewis, inventor
of NOMAD (Navigational Ocean Mammal
Assistance Drone), which prevents marine mammal beachings. “A hundred years ago it was all about creating the first . . . the first lightbulb, the first car, the first telegraph. For me, inventing can also be about converging proven technologies in a new way to solve big problems.”
Veronica has won multiple awards for her inventing both regionally (the Young Inventor’s Program) and as a National first place winner at the National Invention Convention. Veronica was deeply involved in First Robotics as her Team Captain, winning many regional awards and State level competitions. Veronica Lewis is a 10th grader at Georgetown High School. She is a high honors student who is deeply interested in inventing and science. She is the co-founder of the first science club and robotics club at Georgetown High and the recipient of two major grants the Dell and Girl Powered, Inc. She also is the founder of Valor Para Todos, a Spanish/English Community service program in Haverhill, MA.
Veronica is a Silver award recipient, Senior Girl Scout and serves on the leadership board for Girls Scout of Eastern Massachusetts. When she's not inventing or doing community service, Veronica is the 4-time winner of the Granite State Youth Blues Musician of the Year. She is a professional Boogie Woogie Piano player and Singer performing nationally.