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TYNES graduated with highest honors from Lehigh University in 2022 with a B.S. in economics in the Integrated Business and Engineering honors program. At Lehigh, Helen was the president of the Beekeeping Club, an editor for the Lehigh Lookaway, and a member of the Tau Beta Pi engineering honor society. Helen is a recipient of the Nelson Leighton Bond Memorial Prize and the President’s Scholarship. During her summers, she interned for StrongSoil, an ag-tech start up; the Boeing Company; and Milo’s Tea Company. Helen currently is finishing her B.S. in mechanical engineering at Lehigh University.