Manat Kaur

Manat Kaur is from California and was born in 2003.

  • Manat is the founder of “Object,” an organization that promotes self-esteem and confidence in young girls.
  • She loves to bake.
  • Manat can speak Spanish, Punjabi, and Hindi.

“The art of storytelling has always fascinated me.” 

Manat Kaur

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Manat Kaur in the sprinkle pool.

Sharing a Love of Ice Cream

Manat Kaur

October 23rd, 2017

The founder of a unique pop-up museum realizes her dream of bringing people together to celebrate ice cream.

Manat Kaur with Google CEO, Sundar Pichai.

Girls Showcase Their World-Changing Apps

Manat Kaur

September 5th, 2017

At the Technovation competition in Mountain View, California, innovation was on full display.

Manat Kaur standing outside the San Francisco Police Department headquarters.

A New Police Chief Talks About Reform

Manat Kaur

July 31st, 2017

William Scott has been San Francisco’s police chief for more than six months, but his work is just beginning.

Poppy Gaye, founder of accelerateHER, with Manat Kaur.

Wanted: More Women in Tech Careers

Manat Kaur

July 11th, 2017

An organization called accelerateHER inspires girls to pursue STEM education and provides resources to help women excel in tech careers.

Manat Kaur with Sherry Huss, Co-Founder of Maker Faire.

Maker Faire Inspires Creativity

Manat Kaur

June 1st, 2017

This year’s event showcased everything from a 12-bike carousel to a pedal-powered ferris wheel.

Google Hosts Young Tech Enthusiasts

Manat Kaur

May 22nd, 2017

Students visit the Mountain View campus for hands-on lessons in technology.

Deng Jongkuch with Manat in Oakland, California.

A Refugee’s Story

Manat Kaur

April 25th, 2017

One of “the Lost Boys of Sudan” overcame hardship and is now giving back to impoverished villages around the world.

Manat with Cody Breeden, a former foster child, and speaker at the gala.

Advocates Make a Difference for Foster Children

Manat Kaur

April 15th, 2017

A fundraiser spotlights volunteers who help society’s most vulnerable children.

Lil’ Kida Dazzles With His Dancing

Manat Kaur

March 8th, 2017

Our Kid Reporter talks with the 14-year-old winner of So You Think You Can Dance: The Next Generation.

Tech Stars Are Honored

Manat Kaur

February 13th, 2017

Our Kid Reporter covers the 10th Annual Crunchies Awards in San Francisco.

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