Jeffrey Reppucci, from Newburyport, Massachusetts, is pursuing a master of business administration at Stanford Graduate School of Business and a master of public policy at Stanford School of Humanities and Sciences. He received a BA in Russian Studies from College of the Holy Cross, where he was a Div. I hockey player and valedictorian. Jeffrey aspires to lead in the fields of community development and public innovation. He launched the nonprofit Working for Worcester, which has mobilized $2 million and 7K+ volunteers to build playgrounds and renovate public spaces. Previously, he was Head of Strategy at immigration technology company, Envoy Global, where he led business expansion into Canada. He has interned at Save the Children and for the US State Department. Jeffrey is a Truman and Fulbright Scholar and has been awarded the NCAA Hockey Humanitarian Award, a profile by NBC’s Nightly News, and a Key to the City of Worcester.