Hannah, Kaela, and Aviah founded GTG Tech in 2016 as a small organization working towards closing the age gap in technological literacy.
Hannah Docter-Loeb, President (right) Hannah is an undergraduate student at Wesleyan University and a School Without Walls graduate. As the founder of GTG, she has brought together two friends to start this nonprofit. Manning communications and the presidential spot of the organization, Hannah always stayed organized and on top of things. She brought the best out of the organization, helping seniors with computer, tablet, and phone troubles. She loves hanging out with friends, playing piano, and leading a marine biology club at her school. She can’t wait to see where GTG will go! Aviah Krupnick, Head of Media (left) Aviah is a student at the University of Maryland and graduate of Montgomery Blair High School. A co-founder of GTGTech, she helped create this nonprofit with the hopes of promoting technological literacy and helping senior citizens utilize their resources. As a vice-president of the foundation she maintained the GTGTech website, behind-the-scenes tech, and volunteered at tutoring sessions. In her free time, she loves to visit museums, cox for Blair Crew, hike, read, and spend time with friends, Kaela Marcus-Kurn, Director of Community Engagement (middle) Kaela is a student at Lafayette College and graduate of Bethesda Chevy Chase High School. As a volunteer and director of GTG, she helped many senior citizens understand how to get the best out of their technology, specifically their iPhones. Her passion for giving back to the community began a year before starting GTG, when she joined Young Emanuel Philanthropists, a group dedicated to giving money to important causes such as mental health care and reproductive rights. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with friends, watching The Office, going to Assateague beach, and playing with her beagle Pepper.