Zachary Ravichandran '14 Wins 2021 Alumni Recognition Award

Zachary Ravichandran Portrait Photo

This is the tenth year of the Boston Trinity Academy Alumni Recognition Award, and it is given in recognition that a Boston Trinity Academy education prepares students for leadership and service in college and beyond.

Zachary Ravichandran leads a life of faith, integrity, and service and by his own account, his Boston Trinity Academy education prepared him to become a servant-leader. After graduating BTA in 2014, he attended Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, and during summers, he worked as an intern software engineer for BAE Systems, MITRE Corporation, and Trip Advisor.

He graduated RPI Summa Cum Laude in 2018 with a Bachelor of Science degree in electrical engineering and received the Wynant-James William Prize, awarded for outstanding scholarship.

Currently, Zac serves as a Computer Vision Engineer at MIT’s Lincoln Labs developing computer vision algorithms that relate to object detention, semantic segmentation, image segmentation, and 3D mapping of autonomy systems.

He also serves as a Boston Fellow because of his love of and service to others based on the redemptive love of Jesus. One of his nominators commented, “Although a quiet leader and one not to boast of his accomplishments, Zachary Ravichandran takes every task seriously stewarding his energy and resources to promote God’s justice.”

We are delighted and proud to honor Zac Ravichandran with this year’s Boston Trinity Academy Alumni Recognition Award.