Jade Garrett lrJade Garrett is a student at George Mason University working on both her Bachelor’s Degree and Master’s Degree in Applied Information Technology with a Minor in Entrepreneurship. She is a single Mother to a 5-year-old little girl who is her motivation for everything that she does. Jade created the startup Positive Deviancy in 2014 when she received funds from Google to create an Open Source hardware and software solution to help children on the Autism Spectrum interact with computers. In her spare time, she is the STEM Outreach coordinator for GMU’s Engineering Department and is working on creating GMU’s first student run MakerSpace that will be opening in the Fall of 2016.