From telehealth platforms to apps connecting donors with those in need, rising entrepreneurs have channeled the disruption the pandemic has wreaked on their lives into effecting change. Eighteen-year-old Riya Shah, founder and president of Fetal Life, spent the past three years developing technology to help expecting mothers manage their health remotely. When the pandemic struck, Shah refocused her existing platform to help women navigate pregnancy in a landscape where a trip to the hospital can pose new risks. "We're worried about our health and going out, but pregnant moms are worried about two lives," Shah said. "So what can we do to help them out?" Shah is in the company of many other technically talented teens, who are using their powers for good.