Sabrina Gonzalez Pasterski was destined for greatness, at the young age of 14 when she walked into Massachusetts Institute of Technology to build a single-engine plane.
During the process of trying to get approved to build the single-engine plane, Pasterski initially was waitlisted.
However, once MIT Professors Allen Haggerty and Earll Murman actually looked into Pasterski's project, they realized she had a good idea.
Pasterski is 22-year-old Cuban-American from Chicago. She is a MIT graduate, a PhD candidate at Harvard University, and is considered the next Albert Einstein.
Pasterski was included in Forbes as one of their “30 under 30 in Science.” She went on her first U.S. solo flight on August 24, 2009 at the age of 14. This woman is an amazing contradiction to the words expressed by Donald Trump on the Hispanic culture.
I mean clearly because one it's Donald Trump and two she has received job offers from Blue Origin, an aerospace developer and manufacturer founded by Amazon.com’s Jeff Bezos and the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA).
You can follow her adventure at her website physicsgirl.com.