Get ready to meet a stunning young lady! Nyna Sayarath is a sophomore at the National Inventors Hall of Fame (STEM High School). She was born in Kanagawa, Japan and moved to Akron, Ohio when she was just two years old. She attended McEbright Elementary, the same school that some of our WFE kids attend! Nyna’s favorite subject in school is math because of how challenging it can be. Along with serving as a member of the Gamma Class 330 Ambassadors, Nyna is working hard every day to keep her PROMISE to be a role model, to make good choices and one day to finish school! Outside of school and volunteering, she enjoys watching Netflix and hanging out with her friends. If you asked Nyna what her future plans are she would say, "In college, I would like to major in Biomedical or Chemical Engineering, but also get a degree in Business. Realistically after college I want to work for an engineering company, but my dream job would have to be a writer for a fashion and beauty blog." Nyna is highly involved with the Foundation and she believes that being a role model is important because, "It helps shape others to become a better individual."

Nyna takes on her role as a mentor very seriously. When asked what she enjoys most about being a 330 Ambassador, she responded by saying, "I absolutely love being a 330 Ambassador. My favorite part of being an ambassador is having the chance to spend time with the Wheels for Ed kids. To be part of a team that makes them smile makes me appreciate the opportunity to be part of something so great!"