Toluwa is from Omaha, NE, and is studying biomechanics. His non-profit experience includes partnering with the Smart Gen Society. As a community action project, his team researched ways to facilitate smart, safe usage of technology and the internet by students across the country. They prototyped an app to help develop trust and facilitate discussions between parents and their children about technology use. His leadership experience includes leading the tech booth at his church as a producer. In this role, he is responsible for running the sound system for services and ensuring other stations are staying on track, and hitting cues. This job is crucial in a smooth-running service and requires adaptability and quick thinking. His internship experience includes participating in the Scott Scholars Design Studio internship as a project manager, where he was responsible for redesigning the Scott Scholars program using Stanford's Design Thinking. In this role, he facilitated meetings, assigned responsibilities, and led his team through the design thinking process. His research experience includes working in the Biomechanics Research Lab, where he measures and analyzes gait cycles in a variety of patients. This summer, he hopes to secure a research position at the Biomechanics Research Building, the Munroe Myer Institute, or the Boys Town National Research Hospital. His career interests include biomechanics, especially prosthesis and physical therapy, as well as medicine and computer science.