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Cindy Luo

When Cindy Luo's mother needed advanced medical treatment, she also needed someone crucial to help her—a translator. Cindy guided her mother through the most perilous moments—and in the meantime gained great medical expertise. She is now at MIT, preparing for a medical career that will translate her skills into life savers for so many more.

Sherona Garret Ruffin

Sherona attended the famous Oberlin College where she achieved a 3.94 GPA, double majored in Biology & Psychology, delivered scholarly papers at scientific conferences, and was the editor of The Black Student Newspaper. Sherona earned a PhD in Neuroscience, and is now a professor at Bowling Green University.  

Shekinah Laylo

Shekinah Laylo has always taken responsibility for those in need, including family members who had to deal with serious health issues. This trait has led her to great success as a UCLA student, soon to graduate with honors, majoring in Clinical Psychology.

Sandy Nguyen

Sandy is a first-generation immigrant living in Alhambra, whose parents, because of illness and language issues, have had a difficult time providing for her. However, Sandy went to work by training herself in entrepreneurship and user experience design which landed her an internship at a Google startup. Some of her achievements include receiving UCI’s student startup fund award and the Forbes Under 30 scholar title. Sandy is a skilled artist, but her most amazing work is recreating herself as a powerful and successful woman.

Edray Goins

The streets of South Central LA were no temptation for Edray, who grew up near the infamous corner of Florence & Normandie. He loved math, dedicated his effort to mastering the most difficult concepts, and eventually earned his PhD at Stanford, after graduating from CalTech. He has taught at Harvard, Oxford, CalTech, Purdue, and soon Pomona College. He is currently the President of the National Association of Mathematicians.

Success Stories
Judea Watkins

At the age of 11, Judea Watkins was already a top basketball player and with the help of the 4S ED foundation, was able to pass the ISEE (independent school entrance examination) at Windward School. Everyday included essay writing, reading and analyzing difficult passages, and solving complex problems. She hopes to continue her education at Stanford!

Costolino Hogan

Costolino Hogan survived migraines and other health issues to earn his USC degree in Public Poicy. After years of serving the public in the Bay Area, Costolino went to Kaiser Health, where he is a senior advisor on fiscal affairs.

Dru Bramlett

Drusilla Bramlett was such a talented graphic designer that she completed the UCLA design program a year ahead of schedule. Since then she has become one of the top experts in her field, working for Hulu and most recently for Google.

Kathleen Gutierrez

Kathleen was so dedicated to the welfare of her peers that she created a health clinic at her high school, especially designed to improve the mental health of teenage girls. After many years of study at UC Berkeley, she earned her PhD and is now a History professor at UC Santa Cruz.

What did they have in common? They worked with Dr. Chase!
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Sandy Nguyen

Sandy is a first-generation immigrant living in Alhambra, whose parents, because of illness and language issues, have had a difficult time providing for her. However, Sandy went to work by training herself in entrepreneurship and user experience design which landed her an internship at a Google startup. Some of her achievements include receiving UCI’s student startup fund award and the Forbes Under 30 scholar title. Sandy is a skilled artist, but her most amazing work is recreating herself as a powerful and successful woman.

Sherona Garret Ruffin

Sherona attended the famous Oberlin College where she achieved a 3.94 GPA, double majored in Biology & Psychology, delivered scholarly papers at scientific conferences, and was the editor of The Black Student Newspaper. Sherona earned a PhD in Neuroscience, and is now a professor at Bowling Green University.  

Shekinah Laylo

Shekinah Laylo has always taken responsibility for those in need, including family members who had to deal with serious health issues. This trait has led her to great success as a UCLA student, soon to graduate with honors, majoring in Clinical Psychology.

The streets of South Central LA were no temptation for Edray, who grew up near the infamous corner of Florence & Normandie. He loved math, dedicated his effort to mastering the most difficult concepts, and eventually earned his PhD at Stanford, after graduating from CalTech. He has taught at Harvard, Oxford, CalTech, Purdue, and soon Pomona College. He is currently the President of the National Association of Mathematicians.

Success Stories
Cindy Luo

When Cindy Luo's mother needed advanced medical treatment, she also needed someone crucial to help her—a translator. Cindy guided her mother through the most perilous moments—and in the meantime gained great medical expertise. She is now at MIT, preparing for a medical career that will translate her skills into life savers for so many more.

Costolino Hogan

Costolino Hogan survived migraines and other health issues to earn his USC degree in Public Poicy. After years of serving the public in the Bay Area, Costolino went to Kaiser Health, where he is a senior advisor on fiscal affairs.

Judea Watkins

At the age of 11, Judea Watkins was already a top basketball player and with the help of the 4S ED foundation, was able to pass the ISEE (independent school entrance examination) at Windward School. Everyday included essay writing, reading and analyzing difficult passages, and solving complex problems. She hopes to continue her education at Stanford!

Kathleen Gutierrez

Kathleen was so dedicated to the welfare of her peers that she created a health clinic at her high school, especially designed to improve the mental health of teenage girls. After many years of study at UC Berkeley, she earned her PhD and is now a History professor at UC Santa Cruz.

Dru Bramlett

Drusilla Bramlett was such a talented graphic designer that she completed the UCLA design program a year ahead of schedule. Since then she has become one of the top experts in her field, working for Hulu and most recently for Google.

Make a difference
When a teacher has a chance to see students using their talents to the utmost, that is an experience of immense satisfaction, and it reinforces my belief that all lives have true meaning.

- Dr. Phil Chase, Founder and CEO
What did they have in common? They worked with Dr. Chase!
FOUNDATION
4S
ED

Empowering students for us and the future.

FOUNDATION
4S
ED
©4SEducationFoundation

4S Education Foundation is a 501(c)(3) organization (tax ID# 82-3365226).

Edray Goins
Sandy Nguyen

Sandy is a first-generation immigrant living in Alhambra, whose parents, because of illness and language issues, have had a difficult time providing for her. However, Sandy went to work by training herself in entrepreneurship and user experience design which landed her an internship at a Google startup. Some of her achievements include receiving UCI’s student startup fund award and the Forbes Under 30 scholar title. Sandy is a skilled artist, but her most amazing work is recreating herself as a powerful and successful woman.

Sherona Garret Ruffin

Sherona attended the famous Oberlin College where she achieved a 3.94 GPA, double majored in Biology & Psychology, delivered scholarly papers at scientific conferences, and was the editor of The Black Student Newspaper. Sherona earned a PhD in Neuroscience, and is now a professor at Bowling Green University.  

Shekinah Laylo

Shekinah Laylo has always taken responsibility for those in need, including family members who had to deal with serious health issues. This trait has led her to great success as a UCLA student, soon to graduate with honors, majoring in Clinical Psychology.

The streets of South Central LA were no temptation for Edray, who grew up near the infamous corner of Florence & Normandie. He loved math, dedicated his effort to mastering the most difficult concepts, and eventually earned his PhD at Stanford, after graduating from CalTech. He has taught at Harvard, Oxford, CalTech, Purdue, and soon Pomona College. He is currently the President of the National Association of Mathematicians.

Success Stories
Costolino Hogan

Costolino Hogan survived migraines and other health issues to earn his USC degree in Public Poicy. After years of serving the public in the Bay Area, Costolino went to Kaiser Health, where he is a senior advisor on fiscal affairs.

Judea Watkins

At the age of 11, Judea Watkins was already a top basketball player and with the help of the 4S ED foundation, was able to pass the ISEE (independent school entrance examination) at Windward School. Everyday included essay writing, reading and analyzing difficult passages, and solving complex problems. She hopes to continue her education at Stanford!

Kathleen Gutierrez

Kathleen was so dedicated to the welfare of her peers that she created a health clinic at her high school, especially designed to improve the mental health of teenage girls. After many years of study at UC Berkeley, she earned her PhD and is now a History professor at UC Santa Cruz.

Dru Bramlett

Drusilla Bramlett was such a talented graphic designer that she completed the UCLA design program a year ahead of schedule. Since then she has become one of the top experts in her field, working for Hulu and most recently for Google.

Cindy Luo

When Cindy Luo's mother needed advanced medical treatment, she also needed someone crucial to help her—a translator. Cindy guided her mother through the most perilous moments—and in the meantime gained great medical expertise. She is now at MIT, preparing for a medical career that will translate her skills into life savers for so many more.

Make a difference
When a teacher has a chance to see students using their talents to the utmost, that is an experience of immense satisfaction, and it reinforces my belief that all lives have true meaning.

- Dr. Phil Chase, Founder and CEO
What did they have in common? They worked with Dr. Chase!
©4SEducationFoundation

4S Education Foundation is a 501(c)(3) organization (tax ID# 82-3365226).

Get started
Join Our Program
Become A Mentor
Give Back  
Learn more
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Empowering students for us and the future.

FOUNDATION
4S
ED
FOUNDATION
4S
ED
Cindy Luo

When Cindy Luo's mother needed advanced medical treatment, she also needed someone crucial to help her—a translator. Cindy guided her mother through the most perilous moments—and in the meantime gained great medical expertise. She is now at MIT, preparing for a medical career that will translate her skills into life savers for so many more.

Sherona Garret Ruffin

Sherona attended the famous Oberlin College where she achieved a 3.94 GPA, double majored in Biology & Psychology, delivered scholarly papers at scientific conferences, and was the editor of The Black Student Newspaper. Sherona earned a PhD in Neuroscience, and is now a professor at Bowling Green University.  

Judea Watkins

At the age of 11, Judea Watkins was already a top basketball player and with the help of the 4S ED foundation, was able to pass the ISEE (independent school entrance examination) at Windward School. Everyday included essay writing, reading and analyzing difficult passages, and solving complex problems. She hopes to continue her education at Stanford!

Costolino Hogan

Costolino Hogan survived migraines and other health issues to earn his USC degree in Public Poicy. After years of serving the public in the Bay Area, Costolino went to Kaiser Health, where he is a senior advisor on fiscal affairs.

Dru Bramlett

Drusilla Bramlett was such a talented graphic designer that she completed the UCLA design program a year ahead of schedule. Since then she has become one of the top experts in her field, working for Hulu and most recently for Google.

Kathleen Gutierrez

Kathleen was so dedicated to the welfare of her peers that she created a health clinic at her high school, especially designed to improve the mental health of teenage girls. After many years of study at UC Berkeley, she earned her PhD and is now a History professor at UC Santa Cruz.

Shekinah Laylo

Shekinah Laylo has always taken responsibility for those in need, including family members who had to deal with serious health issues. This trait has led her to great success as a UCLA student, soon to graduate with honors, majoring in Clinical Psychology.

Sandy Nguyen

Sandy is a first-generation immigrant living in Alhambra, whose parents, because of illness and language issues, have had a difficult time providing for her. However, Sandy went to work by training herself in entrepreneurship and user experience design which landed her an internship at a Google startup. Some of her achievements include receiving UCI’s student startup fund award and the Forbes Under 30 scholar title. Sandy is a skilled artist, but her most amazing work is recreating herself as a powerful and successful woman.

Edray Goins

The streets of South Central LA were no temptation for Edray, who grew up near the infamous corner of Florence & Normandie. He loved math, dedicated his effort to mastering the most difficult concepts, and eventually earned his PhD at Stanford, after graduating from CalTech. He has taught at Harvard, Oxford, CalTech, Purdue, and soon Pomona College. He is currently the President of the National Association of Mathematicians.

Success Stories
Make a difference

When a teacher has a chance to see students using their talents to the utmost, that is an experience of immense satisfaction, and it reinforces my belief that all lives have true meaning.

- Dr. Phil Chase, Founder and CEO

What did they have in common? They worked with Dr. Chase!
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