TELL YOUR STORY

an official student organization of Texas A&M University

2013

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Will Gruver
Founder and CEO of USP&E Global

USP&E Global is a global technology company specializing in industrial and commercial construction services in power generation and data center equipment supply. USP&E Global strives to deliver the most cost effective and efficient power station engineering, procurement, construction, operations, and maintenance solutions in the strategic growth country marketplace. Mr. Gruver serves as Chairman of Board of Directors at Every Orphan's Hope, an organization that builds homes in AIDS-affected Zambian communities where orphans and widows build new lives together as a family. Most recently, Mr. Gruver was named a finalist for Ernst & Young's 2012 Entrepreneur of the Year Award for his tremendous success with USP&E Global

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Adam Senn
International Actor, Model, and Restauranteur

Born in Paris, France and raised in Sugar Land, Texas, Adam was discovered at the age of eighteen by a prominent entertainment agent in a Houston hotel lobby. Mr. Senn has modeled for many top fashion designers, such as Gucci, Valentino, Armani, and Dolce & Gabbana, and has been featured in publications including Italian Vogue, Maxim, and GQ. Additionally, Mr. Senn has starred in multiple independent films and television shows includingVideo Girl, Magic City Memoirs, Losing Sam, andLaw & Order: SVU. Today, he is represented by multiple modeling agencies from New York to Milan, and is the face of Dolce & Gabbana's "The One Sport" fragrance campaign. Mr. Senn also owns stakes in the New York restaurants, II Bastardo and Film Center Cafe.

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Dr. Hakeem Oluseyi
Astrophysicist, Inventor, TED Fellow, Humanitarian

Dr. Oluseyi holds three degrees in physics and one in mathematics. He began his career at one of Silicon Valley's most successful companies where his work lef him to earn eight United States and four European patents. Dr. Oluseyi has since left the corporate world, continuing his research in astrophysics while working as an associate professor at the Florida Institute of Technology. He recently collaborated on the 2011 Nobel Peace Prize winning Supernova Cosmology Project, further investigating the mystery of dark energy.