Bryant Wallace has been a long-time partner and volunteer for the Lumity STEM career readiness program. He spent a lot of time with the participants of the Summer Youth Employment Program in 2014 and supported teams in the STEM Saturdays program in 2015. Just last month, he shared his story for the largest STEM Talk audience to date.
Sarah E. Goode STEM Academy held an Honors Assembly in February, where 450 students attended to witness and receive awards on attendance, merit and citizenship.
What’s more, Wallace gave his talk twice in one day, first to the junior and senior assembly and then again for the freshmen and sophomores. He spent the day getting to know students, answering questions.
Wallace is an entrepreneur and small business specialist. He owns WallScott Solutions and is very active in the Chessmen Club of North Shore. The organization is holding the annual Chessmen Gala on March 19, 2016 in Evanstan. Click here to learn more.