Khalil Fuller, from Los Angeles, California, is pursuing a master’s degree in business administration at Stanford Graduate School of Business, and a master's degree in education at Stanford Graduate School of Education. He graduated from Brown University with a bachelor’s degree in education. Khalil was co-founder and CEO of the nonprofit educational company Learn Fresh, which offers educational programming in 30 US states. He also oversaw the development and distribution of NBA Math Hoops, an NBA-licensed enrichment tool bringing together basketball and math for elementary and middle school students. At Brown, he was vice president of the entrepreneurship program, and captain of the club ice hockey team. He was named an Echoing Green fellow for social entrepreneurs, won the Westly Prize for young innovators in California, and was selected to Forbes’ list of the top social entrepreneurs in the world under the age of 30.