Soulihe was first introduced to GapBuster, Inc. in 2012, volunteering at his first feed the homeless events during that year’s Thanksgiving. Soulihe helped establish the National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE) Jr Chapter at Wheaton high school serving as president. He later went to be involved in NSBE in college at University of Maryland, College Park where he graduated with an Architecture degree and currently working as Project Manger with Bureau Veritas.
With GapBuster, Soulihe has coached STEM teams in competitions and helped teach summer STEAM elective classes. He helped coordinate engagement activities and advocated for causes across the community. He helped bring project based learning methods to our sister site, a learning center in Koforidua, Ghana. Soulihe currently serves as Board Member and a proud Alumni of GapBuster, Inc.
“GapBuster inc, helped me come out of my shell and develop as leader, I’m forever thankful” –Soulihe Nida