Aaron Lupuloff: The Senior Executive Director Of GCPS Inducts David Saville Into The Hall Of Fame

Aaron Lupuloff serves as the Senior Executive Director of the Gwinnett County Public Schools (GCPS) Foundation. The Gwinnett County Public Schools Foundation is a non-profit organization that provides financial resources to public schools in northern Georgia. Specifically, the charitable organization focuses on improving public schools within Gwinnett County, a county that is part of Metro Atlanta. Gwinnett County’s school system is the largest school system in Georgia. It is also the 13th largest school district in the United States.

Aaron Lupuloff

As previously mentioned, Aaron Lupuloff is the Senior Executive Director of the GCPS Foundation. Prior to his time at GCPS, Aaron Lupuloff was the Senior Managing Director at JP Morgan and Bear Stearns. Among other leadership roles, Mr. Lupuloff also serves on the Advisory Board at the University of Georgia for Student Affairs, with his wife Jan.

In recent news, Mr. Lupuloff is headlined for “raising funds” and talks about “hall of fame inductees”. The article dated May 16th of 2019, begins to state that Gwinnett County Public Schools has “inducted six new class honorees to its hall of fame.” The article highlights one particular inductee.

Inductee, David Saville, recently graduated from Clemson University. In a quote by David Saville, he states that the “only disability” that hinders a person is “a bad attitude.” David has Down syndrome, but that did not impede him in his studies. The article continues to detail David’s achievements and the roles he has served in the past. The article also briefly mentions the hall of fame as being in its “10th anniversary”. It also shares a brief snippet to indicate that David is a native to Norcross, a city in Gwinnett County.

Further, in the article, it talks about Gwinnett County Public Schools and the GCPS Foundation. It says that the foundation is dedicated to improving education within the county by offering “high-quality school programs.” As mentioned, the GCPS Foundation supports the county’s public schools by offering financial resources. “Fundraising at sporting events” is mentioned in the article as one of the “primary methods” in raising funds.

Next, the article talks about Mr. Aaron Lupuloff as previously mentioned. It details and accounts the various senior leadership roles at well-known firms in the finance industry. The article also includes information about his educational background. It says that he obtained his Business Administration degree at the University of Alabama.

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Dr. Mark Holterman, An Innovative and Caring Surgeon

Dr. Mark Holterman is a pediatric surgeon, educator and CEO, and he’s come a long way. Hailing from Wisconsin, in a family where neither parents had gone to college, he excelled so much that he was accepted to Yale University, and earned a BA in biology, graduating cum laude (Facebook). From there, he went to the University of Virginia, where he earned a PhD in immunology and biology.

Since graduating, Dr. Holterman has only advanced in his field. He is currently the CEO of the Mariam Global Health Fund, which he founded in 2012. Mariam Global Health focuses on investing in and managing businesses that develop scientific advancement, something that Dr. Holterman is very eager about. Dr. Holterman is also a professor of surgery and pediatrics at University of Illinois, having been teaching at the university in some capacity since 1997. Additionally, from 2000 to 2012, he was an attending pediatric surgeon at Rush University Medical Center.

Dr. Holterman has been recognized in many ways for his innovative work and research, having been awarded the Innovative Research Award by the American Diabetes Association and the America’s Top Doctors award by Castle Connolly. He is also a member of the American Pediatric Surgery Association, specifically the Obesity Committee, and a scientific program committee chair at the Pacific Association of Pediatric Surgeons. He is also a fellow at the American College of Surgeons and the surgical section of the American Academy of Pediatrics.

Dr. Holterman is deeply grateful for all of the success and accomplishments he has achieved in his life, saying that he wakes up and goes to bed saying a prayer, because one should always be thankful for everything that happens. He is dedicated to proving the best care possible for his patients, and admired for his kind personality and ability to listen. Dr. Holterman is highly intelligent, warning people who are following in his steps to avoid groupthink and to accept criticism graciously, as others can have valuable ideas, and saying that rejection can sometimes be a blessing in disguise. Dr. Holterman is someone we should all look up to!