Eesha Khare was an Engineering Sciences concentrator and lived in Leverett House. Her secondary field was Chemistry. She was elected to Phi Beta Kappa in her junior year and is a John Harvard Scholar. Her interest in materials science was evident early on; in high school she designed a fast-charging energy storage device, an achievement about which she gave a TED talk and for which she was invited to be a guest on NBC Nightly News, the Today Show and the Conan Show, and was named a Forbes “30 Under 30” in Energy. Her college summers have seen her as a researcher in clean energy at a Khosla-backed venture in San Jose, California, in mechanical energy storage at Cambridge University, and as a science team consultant at the Gordon & Betty Moore Foundation in Palo Alto. She has been the chair of the Women’s Initiative in Leadership at the Institute of Politics and the founder and Executive Director of the Harvard Women’s Cabinet, a group formed to promote collective action among Harvard’s gender-focused groups. She is the Lt. Charles H. Fiske III Scholar at Trinity, and is pursuing an MPhil in History and Philosophy of Science and Medicine.