D’Shai (pronounced “shy” with a D) Hendricks is a junior at Stanford majoring in Management Science & Engineering and minoring in Education. He was born and raised in the great state of New Jersey and is heavily invested in ensuring a #BrighterFuture for youth and students across the nation. He has a special interest in black male achievement and education in order to achieve the aforementioned goal. His roles on campus combine both of his passions, business and education, which he sees as the two paths driving his future career in some way. He is the Executive Director and Co-Chair of the Development Committee for The Phoenix Scholars Program, a non-profit dedicated to providing free college admissions counseling for first-generation, low-income, and/or minority high school students in California. He is also in the Stanford Chapter of NAACP to impact the field of education through awareness, advocacy, and action. As a proud member of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc., he wishes to continue to utilize his resources, network, and heart to drive change in the community. He is also involved in YP4 (Young People For) and Stanford’s Black Men’s Forum. He is an individual with a mouth that is not afraid to speak, a heart that is not afraid to feel, a mind that is not afraid to think, and a body that is not afraid to move.