Viet Nguyen, from Mountain View, California, is pursuing a master’s degree at Stanford Graduate School of Business. He graduated from Brown University with a bachelor’s degree in education studies. Viet aspires to equalize college access and success for students from low socioeconomic backgrounds. At Brown, he spearheaded the creation of a center for first generation and low-income students, and the creation of a dean position to specifically support low-income students. He was elected student body president, and made Brown the first university to provide free menstrual products in all bathrooms. He served as a voting trustee on the Brown Corporation. Viet co-founded EdMobilizer, an education advocacy organization whose work has been featured in The Atlantic, Washington Post, and New York Times, and was an associate consultant at the Bridgespan Group. Prior to Stanford, he launched Khan Academy Vietnam to bring free educational resources to rural areas of the country. Viet was a Fulbright Scholar in Korea and was named as a Forbes under 30 emerging leader in education.