Businessman Aaron Lupuloff recently raised money for the Gwinnett Public School Foundation’s Hall of Fame Induction. There were six new inductees into this in 2019 crowd favorite David Saville. David has Down syndrome and recently graduated from Clemson University. During his speech, David said that a bad attitude is the only disability.
Down syndrome is a condition that leads to intellectual delays. David Saville was a student in the Gwinnett Public Schools system growing up. After graduating from high school, he became a student at Clemson and served as the football team’s equipment manager. Aaron Lupuloff said that he was inspired by the story of David and all that he has overcome.
Aaron Lupuloff is a graduate of the University of Alabama. He has a degree in business administration and been in management for more than 20 years. Among the financial companies he has worked for are Bear Stearns, Fifth Third Street Bank Securities, JP Morgan, and Raymond James. He started working in the financial services sector in 1982.
He joined the Gwinnett County Public Schools Foundation (GCPSF) several years ago and is now its senior executive director. Aaron Lupuloff said that he wanted to give back to the community and make the educational better. The GCPSF is dedicated to helping attain world-class standards in this school district. It has donated over $450,000 to this school district in just 2019 alone. They have also issued 139 scholarships.
GCPSF holds events and fundraisers throughout the course of the year. Aaron Lupuloff invites the public to get involved by attending these events. These events raise money for this nonprofit and make a big impact on both students and teachers. He has had children attend Norcross High School and personally knows the difference his nonprofit makes in helping students graduate from high school and move on to college. You can checkout youngupstarts.com for more information.