Expanding Access in Computer Science and Linguistics (EXCSL, pronounced “excel”), is a non-profit organization devoted to promoting equity in education, especially in the fields of computer science and linguistics.
EXCSL is designated as a 509 (a) (2) Public Charity and tax-exempt under section 501 (c) (3) of the Internal Revenue Code (IRC).
It is registered in the State of New York (EIN 88-4427136).
In particular, EXCSL focuses on involving girls and underrepresented minorities. We are also helping students in India who have little or no internet access and do not speak English. The students we are working with have previously been unable to benefit from the efforts of non-profit organizations based in the West, whose training is usually conducted in English.
The Directors of EXCSL are Rishi Mago (Founder and CEO), Kevin Lynch, and Aditi Dubey.
Senior Advisors to EXCSL are Dr. Christiane Fellbaum (Princeton University) and Emily Read (AI4ALL).
Rishi Mago, the Founder and CEO, started EXCSL because of his passion about computer science and linguistics. He wanted to expand the access to resources and training in these fields.
You can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We would love to hear about your interest in linguistics and any questions or thoughts you may have.