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Welcome to #ICE19! 
For full conference details, please visit conference.iceberg.org and be sure to follow #ICE19 on Twitter. Here are a few links to check out as you plan for #ICE19:
Enjoy this resource to plan your time at #ICE19! Don’t forget to register for the conference at conference.iceberg.org. 
We look forward to seeing you soon!
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Kate Stack

Kate Stack is a high school junior in Glenview, Illinois. After being introduced to the maker movement and technology in middle school, she has delved into many projects and has sought out opportunities. She enjoys combining her passions for STEM and the humanities into her work and presentations. One accomplishment was creating Epi-Spot, an interactive stuffed animal she programmed that teaches others how to use an epinephrine auto-injector based on her experience with severe food allergies. The prototype was chosen for an Infosys Young Maker Award where she received a $10,000 grant to help her local library start a makerspace and STEM programing. Kate also speaks upon her experiences with food allergies at the National Food Allergy Conference each year by giving sessions on a variety of topics with other teens. She founded Glenview’s Got STEAM, an outreach program for middle school girls. The program consists of a series of monthly workshops each focusing on a new STEM related topic. She was selected as a SWE Global Innovator Award recipient and was invited to attend the national WE18 conference for female engineers last fall as recognition of her accomplishments. While not working on engineering projects at school or tweeting as @MakerKate, she enjoys photography, creative writing, and reading.