Indian-American Gitanjali Rao, 15, named first-ever TIME ‘Kid of the Year’ 2020.

TIME selected Gitanjali Rao and 4 others out of 5,000 finalists.

She won the “America’s Top Young Scientist” award in 2017 for inventing Tethys.

Tethys is a quick, low-cost test to detect lead-contaminated water.

Gitanjali Rao's latest invention is 'Kindly', an app to detect cyberbullying using AI.

Gitanjali Rao says during the interview that, 'If I can do it' 'anybody can do it'.

Gitanjali Rao also says she is addicted to baking.