If you can think of a subject, Tulcy has undoubtedly created or served an organization to support it. She was founder and president of the STEM and advanced STEM clubs, along with holding offices for the health, math, chemistry, biology, and Spanish clubs. In many cases, she turned her proficiency in those subjects into a volunteer opportunity – serving as a tutor or research assistant. Tulcy has married her passion for science and coding with her awareness of the lack of gender diversity in STEM fields, founding the code club and the women empowerment club. She has already received recognition for her efforts in computer programming, and is actively involved in other national groups that support women in technology fields. Tulcy will make her home state of Arizona proud as she attends Arizona State University in the fall.