Innovating for Good: My Experiments as a 12-Year Old Innovator
Shubham Banerjee is an accessibility evangelist, the founder of Braigo Labs Inc. and the inventor of Braigo, the world’s first low cost Braille printer. He is the recipient of multiple awards for innovation and regularly featured in international and national media. In 2014, at the age of 12, he became the youngest entrepreneur to ever receive venture capital funding. Shubham was born in Belgium and moved to Santa Clara, California when he was 4 years old. He is currently a senior at Santa Clara High School, where he is a quarterback of the varsity football team.