Buried deep within you, beneath all the years of pain and anger, there is something that has never been nurtured: the potential to make yourself a better man. And that is what it is to be human. To make yourself more than you are. Oh, yes — I know you. There was a time you looked at the stars and dreamed of what might be.
— Captain Jean-Luc Picard

Jenny Li is a third-year student at Georgia Tech. Her family is originally from Xiamen, China, and she is a native of Suwanee, Georgia. She is majoring in Industrial Engineering with a minor in Economics. 

Her desire to develop her professional and technical skills in a challenging and competitive environment has led her to completing two rotations as a Revenue Growth Management Co-op at The Coca-Cola Company; at school, this same desire has resulted in her becoming the Recruitment Advisor and Scholarship Chair of the Epsilon Theta chapter of Phi Sigma Pi, as well as a founder and Outreach Director (Vice President) of her Young Americans for Liberty chapter. Additionally, she is involved with the Georgia Tech chapter of the Institute of Industrial and Systems Engineers and is a Campus Ambassador with the Foundation for Economic Education.

She has a fascination with astronomy as well as military history, and is a member of STARFLEET International. In her free time, you can find her golfing, skateboarding, playing chess, or listening to (mostly) classic and Southern rock. She aspires to pursue a career in the business, operations research, or legal field.