Since she was a child, Hillary Diane Andales has always considered the wonders of science a shelter for her curious mind. With its immense beauty, she just could not keep it to herself. Thus her strong advocacy for science communication was born. Hillary is best known worldwide as the sole winner of the 2017 Breakthrough Junior Challenge for creating a 3-minute video on the Theory of Relativity, besting 11,000 entries from 170 countries. She received a $250,000 college scholarship, a $100,000 Physics Laboratory for her school, and a $50,000 prize for her teacher. Her video currently has over 5 million views across all platforms. Hillary has spoken about science internationally – through the International Atomic Energy Agency – as well as on national television. In addition, she published Math Quizzer: Upper Primary, a problem book for mathletes. She founded the Science Innovations Bootcamp, a regional science camp for secondary students and teachers where they propose scientific solutions to society’s problems such as food security, disaster mitigation, and ecosystem rescue. She also founded the Pisay Regional Mathematical Olympiad, a math competition which aims to foster interest in mathematics. Now, she is an incoming freshman at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. There, she intends to major in physics and participate in the search for dark matter. Currently, she manages her science blog, hillaron.com, created to engage the greater public in science.