Born in Vietnam, Tuan Ho moved to Boston at 10 years old and quickly demonstrated his leadership potential, earning the Young Leader in Service recognition by Harvard’s Institute of Politics when he was just 15. Despite financial barriers, he displayed remarkable perseverance by writing 120 essays to secure 40 scholarships, amassing $500,000 in educational funds from esteemed institutions, including the Yawkey Foundation and NAAAP.
By 20, Tuan co-founded ScholarJet, reflecting his entrepreneurial spirit. He holds a Mechanical Engineering degree from Northeastern University and an MBA from Quantic Institute of Business and Technologies. His commendable efforts earned him prestigious accolades like the Priscilla Chan Stride Fellowship, the Spark Impact Award, and features in BostInno’s 25 Under 25, and Forbes’ 30 Under 30 lists.
Tuan also lectures a graduate Engineering Innovation course at Northeastern University. Recently, he co-founded The Point AI, leading the organization as CEO. His journey, marked by resilience and determination, continues to inspire.
By Tuan Ho
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