Rey Faustino 2012 fellow
Connect families to poverty-fighting resources through a web database and mobile app of social services, coupled with an in-school resource desk that’s staffed by trained community volunteers.
Rey Faustino is an entrepreneur, innovator and fervent advocate for educational equity. Rey was the site director at BUILD, a college access nonprofit organization, where he designed and deployed business incubators and led the staff to propel low-income minority youth attain a college education. He volunteers throughout the US with College Summit, where he facilitates motivational college access workshops for low-income students, and in the Philippines with the largest poverty-fighting NGO, Gawad Kalinga.
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