Student Kenneth Brewer, ’17, and RJ Lualhati, ’16, were selected by Stanford University’s prestigious Innovation Fellows program as two of 23 team members for its Silicon Valley Meetup, which took place March 9-13. They were selected out of a community of 1,000 Fellows for the impact they have made at La Salle, and for their contributions to ensuring that all students gain the necessary attitudes, skills, and knowledge required to compete in the economy of the future.
Lualhati and Brewer delivered their presentations in front of 350 student and faculty attendees from 80 universities and colleges from around the world. Brewer focused on Martin Luther King Jr.’s sermon on the power of servant leadership, and how it has directly inspired his calling to serve and lead as president of La Salle’s chapter of Enactus and as a Fellow. Lualhati spoke about his progression from selling sneakers to now serving as founder and CEO of Dashbot, a 3-D printing and technology consulting company, which he launched out of his dorm room.