Miriam Haart is a teacher, entrepreneur, and software developer from the United States. Haart is the star of the Netflix original docuseries ‘My Unorthodox Life’ which follows Haart’s family. Haart is the creator and engineer of more than ten iOS apps, including Norma, Blaze, and Recyclable, some of which have since grown into new businesses.
Miriam Haart was born in Atlanta, Georgia, in the year 2000. Haart and her family relocated to Monsey, New York, when she was five years old, to join the world’s largest insular Chasidic community. Haart’s parents were devout adherents of the Heimishe yeshivish sect of Ultra-Orthodox Judaism. Julia Haart, Haart’s mother, left the village when she was 13 and founded a shoe firm, taking Haart with her. Haart graduated from high school early at the age of 16 to attend Make School, a project-based computer science college in San Francisco, where she pursued her passion for engineering.
After working as an engineer in Silicon Valley for almost two years, she enrolled in undergraduate studies at Stanford University. Haart studied computer science at Make School in San Francisco in 2016. She worked as a product engineer at Yewno before completing her undergraduate studies. She majored in Computer Science who also teaches Virtual Reality in Stanford’s Computer Science department.
Miriam Haart Career
Haart designed her first iOS app, Ateres, when she was thirteen years old. Haart developed Gimme Dough and Recyclable at the Make School Summer Academy in San Francisco in 2016, winning Make School’s Best iOS App Award. Later that year, Haart released two more apps: Blaze, which helps cyclists locate the least elevated routes in major cities, and Brows, which uses picture recognition technology to find beauty items that match the user’s skin tone. Haart interned as a data scientist at UCSF’s Neuroscape in 2017 and subsequently worked as a product engineer at Yewno, an AI business in Redwood City.
She also developed an app Norma, that helps women maintain breast health and avoid breast cancer, during the same time with a Denver-based all-female team, earning her a spot as the finalist at the Global Startup Weekend Competition in Paris. In 2018, Haart joined Esther Wojcicki to work on a variety of initiatives for the non-profit Moonshots in Education, including developing websites and apps. Haart interned at the Artificial Intelligence Lab, where he worked on 3D modeling for virtual reality applications including haptic robotics.
Haart created Cardinal Connect, a Stanford University software that allows students to connect based on their interests and majors. In the year 2020, Haart is the co-founder and chief product officer of Eazitt, a South African cross-platform consumer goods delivery business. She is currently pursuing her computer science degree at Stanford University in 2021. She started at Stanford in 2018 and, if all goes well, will graduate in 2022.
Miriam Haart Biography
|Real Name||Miriam Haart|
|Birth Date||25 January 2000|
|Age (as of 2021)||21 Years|
|Birth Place||Georgia, U.S.|
|Profession||Computer Software Engineer.|
|Height||in feet inches – 5’ 5” – in Centimeters – 165 cm|
|Weight||in Kilograms – 52 kg – in Pounds – 114 lbs|
|Waist Size||24 inches|
|Hips Size||34 inches|
|Shoe Size||6.5 (U.S.)|
|Brother||Aron Haart, Slomo Haart|
|Is she a Lesbian?||No|
Miriam Haart does not have a boyfriend at the moment. She is openly bisexual and has dated a variety of people in the past. According to rumors, Nathalie is Miriam’s girlfriend and a Queens College student. Nathalie is a student of international business and economics, as well as finance and management. She works at Handelsbanken as a Trade Financer.
Miriam Haart Net Worth
Her passion for app development would surely earn her a hefty amount of wealth from which she can live the life she always dreamed of. Miriam Haart’s net worth is predicted to be around $500 thousand as of 2021.
- Mariam’s actual passion is app creation, despite her degrees in AI and Cognitive Sciences, virtual and augmented reality, and quantum computing.
- Yosef, her biological father, is currently transformed into a new person who is engaged to a new lady while her mother is married to Silvio Scaglia, her stepfather.
- Miriam Haart’s Twitter handle is @miriamhaart, and she has more than 5.9 thousand followers.
- Miriam has over 5,000 TikTok followers.