Mensa Pakistan member Abunasar Alvi joins ZONG as Head of device business

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Leading Telecommunication services provider, Zong Telecom has appointed a head of devices as part of its management changes. Abunasar Alvi has joined the firm as Senior Manager Terminals and Head of device business Pakistan. Abunasar will focus on Zong’s long-term product roadmap, including hardware, software and design, as well as the company’s joint development efforts.

Zong appoints Abunasar Alvi as Head of Device Business Pakistan

Abunasar Alvi joins Zong with considerable experience of Telecommunications, IT & Mobile Business Divisions, having worked in the leading telecommunications, and Mobile companies for over eight years. Alvi joined Zong from Samsung, where he was a key member of Samsung Pakistan leadership team and led the company business across Middle East and North Africa region.

During his previous role at Samsung, Abunasar Alvi drove a transformation program of Samsung IT Business and mobile device and portfolio management business across Pakistan and Afghanistan markets. Prior to this role he held a range of management roles at World Telecom and Tapal Pakistan. Abunasar Alvi is educated at Sunkyunkywan University in Seoul (MBA) and active member of Mensa Pakistan.

FACT: In 1973 Mensa member & Motorola employee Martin Cooper placed the world’s 1st mobile call




On 3rd April 1973, 40 years from now, Mensa member & Motorola employee Martin (Marty) Cooper made the first mobile phone call.

Marty, as he was known, used a Motorola DynaTAC to call Bell Labs (then a division of AT&T), “I’m ringing you just to see if my call sounds good at your end.”


The device that Marty used to place the call was a prototype which would later become the Motorola DynaTAC 8000x. It was the first commercially available mobile phone, and despite its meager specs for today’s standards — it weighed 2.5 pounds and only had a one-line, text-only LED display — it cost a whopping $3,995.

LAHORE: Mensa IQ Test – April 5, 2014

MENSA IQ TEST @ LGS Johar Town , LAHORE – 5 April 2014


5th April 2014 Lahore Grammar School Johar Town in collaboration with Mensa Team presents to you: MENSA IQ TEST, a golden opportunity for you to join Mensa International, the largest and oldest high IQ society in the world.

Membership of Mensa is open to persons who have attained a score within the upper two percent of the general population on an approved intelligence test that has been properly administered and supervised.

Mensa IQ test in Lahore - April 2014

Mensa, the high IQ society, provides a forum for intellectual exchange among its members. There are members in more than 100 countries around the world.

Activities include the exchange of ideas through lectures, discussions, journals, special-interest groups, and local, regional, national and international gatherings; the investigations of members’ opinions and attitudes; and assistance to researchers, inside and outside Mensa, in projects dealing with intelligence or Mensa.

All those wishing to participate in Mensa IQ test have to pay a registration fee of Rs. 500. The process to submit registration fee will be updated soon.

For futher queries about the Mensa IQ test, please contact:

Mensan Waleed Mirza 0321-4327740

Muhammad Muneeb Afzal 0304-4488863
Tabish Saeed 0332-4350159
Syed Azhar Ali 0324-4360092

NEWS: 6 year old qualifies to become to the YOUNGEST Mensa member in Pakistan

NEWS: 6 year old qualifies to become to the YOUNGEST Mensa member in Pakistan

In a simple but impressive ceremony held on 26 March 2014 at ‪#‎Islamabad‬ based International Grammar School and College, Khulood Fatima Zia, a student of class 1 was offered membership to join Mensa, the prestigious global high IQ society, making her the youngest person to be offered membership in Pakistan till date.


Khulood had her IQ tested, analysed and certified by Mensa National Supervisory Psychologist Mrs. Maliha Latif and fulfilled the basic requirement to join Mensa.

The membership was offered to Khulood by Mensa Pakistan Vice-Chairman Mr. Suhail Iqbal


[Lahore] MENSA Meetup

Dear Members,

Assalam o alaikum. We will inshAllah meet up on Saturday 7th September, 2013 at Malee’s Cafe Gulberg at 5:20.
Among other things two important things are rearranging Lahore team since some members have gone abroad, and secondly planning this year’s Lahore test. So if you interested in being part of the team, or interested in conducting test or can arrange a venue for the test then please do come.

Also please renew your memberships by paying Rs. 1,500/-

Hope to see you all there.

Date: 7th September, 2013
Time: 5:20 PM
Venue: Malee’s cafe, Opposite Xinhua Mall, Mian Mehmood Ali Kasoori Road.

[Lahore] GBM Saturday 27th April

Venue: DHA-EME Club
Day: Saturday, 27th April, 2013.
Time: 7:00pm.


Next Lahore GBM is scheduled for Saturday 27th April, 2013 inshAllah.

We are planning to have rock climbing and Archery (and mini-golf too if someone is interested).

You can also bring friends :). However PLEASE CONFIRM whoever is interested to come so we have an idea how much people are coming. Thank you.

P.S: Those who haven’t renewed their membership for year 2013 yet, kindly do so on this GBM.

[Lahore] General Body Meeting

Venue: Paniniz, DHA Phase IV-37 CCA Block.
Day: Saturday, 30th March, 2013.
Time: 7:00pm onward.


We are due 2013’s GBM since long so here we go.. following are the things planned for this GBM.. feel free to suggest anything else you have in mind.

1. Membership renewal
2. Activities suggestion for this year
3. Lahore Team Selection/Nomination (If you want to be a part of team please make sure you attend the GBM and also pay the membership fee)

Most of the Lahore team has left Lahore or have gotten busy with their lives so we are looking for new energetic people to join. Following are the posts we have:

City Head
Deputy City Head
Event Coordinator
SIGs Head
Deputy SIGs
Testing Team (We may or may not need people in testing team though)

Mensa IQ Test in Islamabad on Saturday, 22 December 2012

Saturday22 December 2012

Mensa Pakistan in association with NUST Science Society is organizing its internationally recognized IQ admission test.

Timing: 10:30am (test session after every 30 minutes)

Venue: NUST – H-12, Islamabad, Pakistan

Test charges: PKR 500 (per person per attempt)

For queries contact:
Armaghan: 0300-9493260
 – Idrees: 0321-2820604
Mensa Pakistan  T: 0345-2130077 – E:

[Lahore] General Body Meeting

Assalam o alaikum,

We will inshAllah be having our long awaited General Body Meeting (GBM) on coming Friday 28th September 2012. (Exact time and venue will be updated soon).

Members who still haven’t renewed their membership for the years 2012 and new qualifiers can get membership on the event as well.

We will inshAllah be having our chairman in this meeting as well.
Hope to see you all there :)

[Lahore] MENSA IQ test on Saturday 29th September, 2012.

Hi all,

We are expected to have a MENSA supervised IQ test in Lahore on Saturday 29th September inshAllah.

Venue: LGS Girls Branch. 136-E, Phase 1. DHA.

1) 9:30am to 10:00am
2) 10:10am – 10:40am
3) 10:50am – 11:20am

Note: You have to register/appear in just one session as per your convenience and slots availability.

Registration Fee: Rs 500/-

Registration Contact Persons:
Usman Zaheer 0321-4292295
Muhammad 0322-4264444

For any other queries feel free to ask.

You can also join event on Facebook to keep yourself updated

The famous 90 x 3 + 20 puzzle.

I first heard a variant of this puzzle back in school, that’s going back to the early 1980s. Lets see how many can solve it.

This is not as simple as you may think. It is good to let an ageing brain do some work.

Three men went to a hotel to share a room.

The clerk asked for $300.

Each man paid $100, making up the $300.

The hotelkeeper then decided to allow a discount for the day, charging only $250 for the room.

He told the clerk to return $50 to the three men.

The clerk pocketed $20 for himself. He gave the remaining $30 back to the three men.

Each man took back $10. Therefore, each man paid 100 – 10 = $90 to the hotel.

$90 x 3 = $270 + the clerk’s $20 = $290.

Question: Where has the remaining $10 gone?

[Lahore] GBM & Certificate Distribution Ceremony

We will be having our next GBM for Lahore as well as Certificate Distribution Ceremony for LUMS PsiFi Test Qualifiers and GIKI test qualifiers of Lahore on coming Sunday 6th May, 2012 inshAllah.

Time: 5:30pm to 6:15pm
Venue: Malee’s Cafe ( Opposite Xinhua Mall, Mian Mehmood Ali Kasoori Road, Gulberg III, Lahore )

P.S: To be fair with paid members GBMs and SIG events will now be open only to paid members. You can come and pay in any GBM if haven’t paid already.

[Lahore] General Body Meeting

Assalam o alaikum,

We will inshAllah be having our long awaited General Body Meeting (GBM) on coming Sunday 18th December 2011. (Exact time and venue will be updated soon).

We will be discussing plans for 2012, possible events and most importantly we will be filling up our vacant posts of Lahore Body with willing members (with election if required). Details of vacant posts will be updated shortly. All interested to participate should show up in the meeting.

If any of you specially the new members something else to be done in the meeting or merge some SIG event in it feel free to share you idea here or with me or Ahsan (event co-ordinator).

Also the membership of everyone other then the members who qualified in 2011 will be expired this month end so you are all requested to bring along Rs.1000 to renew your memberships.

And last but not the least please keep in mind that MENSA events are not sponsored by MENSA unless stated otherwise :)

Hope to see you all there.

Mensa Intelligence Day – Pakistan Program schedule

Boost your brainpower:
Join our IQ tests on Intelligence Day!

On Intelligence Day, people all over the world participate in our scientific IQ test. Take the chance to broaden your horizon! You can find out your IQ score, measure your intelligence and its different abilities. In addition, numerous events offer the chance to meet the high IQ society Mensa.

Participating Countries – 2011:

Austria Brazil Canada China Croatia Cyprus Denmark Finland France Germany uk
Hongkong India Macedonia Malaysia Mexico Netherlands New Zealand Pakistan Philippines Romania Serbia

Pakistan Program schedule:

Flag Pakistan

30 September – Islamabad (Federal Territory)- Mensa Intelligence Day meetup and IQ session

01 October – GIK Institute (Swabi, KPK) – Mensa IQ test session at All Pakistan Mathematics Olympiad

02 October – Lahore (Punjab) – Mensa Intelligence Day meetup

08 October – Karachi (Sindh) – Mensa Intelligence Day meetup

For details & registration:


T: +92 (0)345 213 00 77

Mensa Foundation International Scholarships for foreign Mensans

Mensa Foundation Scholarships applications are now available! Get started on your application today!

The Mensa Education & Research Foundation college scholarship program bases its awards totally on essays written by the applicants. Consideration is not given to grades, academic program or financial need.

The scholarship application process opens Sept. 15 and closes Jan. 15.

The Foundation’s international scholarship program is open to foreign Mensans or their dependents attending college in the United States.

International scholarship program


The Mensa Education & Research Foundation International Scholarship Program is intended to provide scholarships for foreign students enrolled at colleges or universities in the United States. The program follows, in broad terms, the outline of the scholarship program already in place in the United States.


The scholarship application process opens Sept. 15 and closes Jan. 15.

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Eligibility is limited to Mensa members (except American Mensa) or their children age 25 or younger. An application form with more information can be downloaded below.



Related Files

International scholarship application (PDF File)




Hasan Anwer Zuberi

Chairman | Mensa Pakistan |

Cell: +92 345 213 00 77

MENSAN Job Opp: Senior Manager, Customer Analytics @ TRG

Dear Mensans,

Here is another opportunity by multinational company TRG for Mensa members meeting the criteria:

Please spread the word among your circles, Mensan or not-Mensa lets help TRG find the right candidate

Feel free to contact me for more details:


Hasan Anwer Zuberi
Chairman | Mensa Pakistan |
Cell: +92 345 213 00 77


Job Description: Senior Manager of  Customer Analytics will play a critical role in the Global Sales Strategy group (global sales: >US$ 1B). The selected candidate will  be tasked with building a Business Intelligence regime within the Sales organization and have responsibility for providing data and analysis for  critical client facing engagements and internal deal reviews. The successful  candidate will possess a passion for problem solving and the ability to extract key findings from numbers. This person will feel comfortable interacting with senior sales and executive management on a regular basis .


  • Builds a new organization within Global Sales Strategy to support reps and management with reports and analyses to support deals and customer facing activities: Executive briefings, Deal reviews, Account plans, Contract renewal discussions
  • Owns sales management reports that are used globally; These may include: Pipeline reports, Rep performance reporting
  • Receives ad-hoc requests for data and analysis from sales reps and management
  • Finds data sources needed to perform requested analysis
  • Structures work flow and process to perform analysis
  • Determines most appropriate format for the delivery of the data and analysis
  • Proactively reaches out to Sales Reps, Sales Managers and Deal Desk to determine what data would be most helpful to them to perform their daily duties
  • Defines layout of  reports, verifies business rules for data manipulation, identifies data sources
  • Works with IT and drives towards automation of frequently generated ad-hoc analyses
  • Supports the sales organization in all 3 geographical regions (global sales: >$1B)Leads a team of 3-4 analysts


  • Bachelor’s or Master’s degree, MBA preferred, PMP certification a plus
  • Experience with advanced data warehousing techniques and  relational database design
  • Strong understanding of BI platforms, technologies, decision support systems and statistical tools
  • Experience with financial modeling, financial analysis and business planning
  • Expert proficiency in SQL, MS Office, Access, and ExcelIndependent and analytical thinker and problem solver
  • Project Management expertise  and providing leadership to develop internal agreementsExceptional  communication and presentation skills


Asian Mensa Gathering – 23-25 September 2011

First Asian Mensa Annual Gathering (AMG-2011) is all set for 23-25 September in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

The 3 day event will be followed by Pangkor Island retreat scheduled for 26-28 2011.

Mensa Pakistan is one of the proposers and event collaborators of Asian Mensa Gathering, hence would love to someone representing Mensa Pakistan in the said event.

All interested are requested to register at:


Erwin Karim amended skyline

Asian Mensa Gathering 2011
23-25 September 2011
Kuala Lumpur

Mensa organisations in Asia are coming together for the very first time.

The collaborators:

  • Malaysian Mensa
  • Mensa Singapore
  • Mensa (South) Korea
  • Japan Mensa
  • Mensa Pakistan
  • Mensa China (new)
  • Mensa Hong Kong
  • Mensa Philippines
  • Mensa Indonesia

Also in Asia:

  • Mensa Australia,
  • Mensa New Zealand,
  • Loose Mensa chapters in India
  • Direct International Members (DIMs)

Mensans in the Americas and Europe have also expressed support in attending this event.

We welcome Mensans from Asia and all over the world!!

This is the inaugural Asian Mensa Gathering. There’s no other like it and perhaps there never will be. Your presence will make a difference, so join us!

Be the catalyst to grow Mensa in Asia and propel such a gathering into a regular event following the footsteps of the US Annual Gathering and the European Mensa Annual Gathering.

We have lined up interesting events, array of speakers, exciting games, local excursions and a wonderful island retreat away from Kuala Lumpur.

Come witness and taste the richness of Malaysian culture, customs and food. Immerse yourself in the friendliness and hospitality of the people here. Network, collaborate and share with fellow Mensans.

Your participation makes this AMG happen. Together we support and celebrate the coming together of Asian Mensa.

See you all here in Kuala Lumpur!



Stop not learning, Quit not trying.

I am an all time learner. The above title has been my principle in life. The person who takes this as his principle in life may face tough times, difficulties, problems, one thousand and one hardships but he/she will come up as a successful person in weeks, months or maybe a year or two. The said attitude makes one learn from his/her failures and unsuccessful ventures. That learning takes the person along to the destination of success and happiness.

Job Opportunity for MENSANs – Finance Analyst @ a Multinational Company

Dear Mensans,

Please go through the email as follows and if interested contact me at the earliest and i will share the <Job Description> with you at the earliest.


Hasan Anwer Zuberi
Chairman | Mensa Pakistan |
Cell: +92 345 213 00 77

———- Forwarded message ———-
From: N, Z
Date: Tue, Jul 26, 2011 at 3:48 PM
Subject: Looking for a Finance Analyst @ TRG

AoA Hassan,

It was a pleasure to see you again the other day. Here is an opportunity for MENSA Society.
TRG is looking for a Finance Analyst with exceptional communication skills, strong analytical abilities (where MENSA is handy) and experience in financial modeling/forecasting.

I was wondering if your society has some who are interested? The compensation is dependent on the profile. We need someone urgently so will appreciate if you could circulate the JD within your society (other networks are also welcome).

Please email me resume along with cover letter of all interested at the earliest possible. We hope to start interviews immediately and hire coming week.

Thank you, wishing you success in your endeavors!

N. Z.
Global HR
The Resource Group

Lahore – MENSA IQ test on 23rd July 2011

MENSA is organizing its test in Lahore on Saturday 23rd July at 364 E-1 LGS Johar Town.

There will be four test sessions (added if required) at the following times:
1. 9:00am to 9:30am
2. 10:00am to 10:30am
3. 10:45am to 11:15am
4. 11:30am to 12:00pm

You need to ONLY appear in one test session, whatever time suits you. Each test session will be of 30min duration which will have 5 min briefing about test format and 5 min for sample problems before getting you started with 20 min of actual test.

The registration fee is Rs. 500, for registration you can contact the following people:
Usman Zaheer 0321-4292295
Ahmad Baber 0321-8487466
Ahsan Masood 0344-4482677
Shahmyel Tariq 0321-4554556
Armaghan 0300-9493260  (LGS Branch)

Many interested applicants ask what the format is like and if they need to bring calculators, pens, rubbers etc so here are the answers:

1. The test is purely figure reasoning so you won’t be needing (or allowed) to bring a calculator.
2. You are only allowed to use lead pencil for the test which will also be provided by MENSA so you don’t need to bring a stationary box either.
3. Duration of test is 20 minutes.

Feel free to ask in case of any queries.

All the best to the applicants.

MENSA Pakistan



Looking for Volunteers to organize Mensa IQ test all over Pakistan

The summer holidays are on … and all who wish to have a Mensa test in their respective cities … now is the opportunity

Mensa Pakistan is on the lookout for volunteers to help organize Mensa IQ test in different cities all over Pakistan

All we need from our volunteers is to help us secure a VENUE (ideally a class room setup at some centrally located institute / University / School)

and in return they will get:
– A complimentary Mensa Test,
– World acclaimed recommendation letter from Mensa, and
Exclusive dinner-meeting with Mensa members.

all interested can contact: 0345-2130077 – or write to me directly at <> with “Mensa Test Volunteer – City” as the subject

03 year old wishes to be part of Mensa

Published in Daily Jang (Pakistan’s leading Urdu newspaper), 02 June 2011

News in English:

Daily Mail UK: Girl, three, with IQ of 140 who already reads bedtime stories to her baby sister


Last updated at 4:02 AM on 2nd June 2011

She reads to her baby sister and competes with her dad for the best score while watching Countdown.

Yet Saffron Pledger is only three years old – and won’t even start school for another year and a half.

The little girl, who can also write and count to 50, is now set to join high IQ society Mensa after tests revealed she has an IQ of 140.

Smart: Saffron, from Southend, Essex, has undergone a series of tests for Mensa - and is set to become one of its youngest membersSmart: Saffron, from Southend, Essex, has undergone a series of tests for Mensa – and is set to become one of its youngest members

While neither of her parents has a degree, it seems Saffron takes after her father Danny, who has won Channel 4’s Countdown eight times.

But despite an IQ that makes her brighter than 98 per cent of the population, she has the interests of a typical three-year-old.

Saffron, whose favourite cartoon is Peppa Pig, said: ‘I am only a little girl but I’m very pleased to have passed these tests, even if they were quite hard. I will be very pleased to become a member of Mensa.

‘When I grow up I would like to play with toys all day. I am going to school soon and I will paint and draw and run around.’

Child prodigy: Saffron Pledger reading to baby sister Willow despite only being threeChild prodigy: Saffron Pledger reads a book to her baby sister Willow – despite only being three

Mr Pledger, 23, a website designer, said: ‘She likes watching Countdown with me, that’s helped her learn the letters.

‘She can spot very simple words on there. She’s very competitive, I’ll say I’ve got a seven letter word and she’ll say she’s got an eight.’

Saffron’s mother Kirstie, 23, a  T-shirt designer, added: ‘She’s very confident when talking to different people, no matter who they are, and reads stories to her seven-month-old sister Willow.

‘She can add up and subtract, she can read and write. If we get a book out of the library I’ll read it to her once and she’ll read it back to me the next time.’

Clever like Dad: Saffron is the daughter of eight-times Countdown champion Danny Pledger (pictured in 2010)Clever like Dad: Saffron is the daughter of eight-times Countdown champion Danny Pledger (pictured in 2010)

Making mum and dad proud: Saffron's parents Kirsty and Danny say her intellect and high IQ became clear from an even younger ageMaking mum and dad proud: Saffron’s parents Kirsty and Danny say her intellect and high IQ became clear from an even younger age

On the advice of a health visitor, Mr and Mrs Pledger took Saffron to have her IQ tested by a child psychologist, who suggested the family contact Mensa.

If accepted, Saffron will become the youngest member and the second youngest ever to join. In 2009, Elise Tan Roberts from London joined the society, aged two years and four months.

Mensa said that despite her age, Saffron’s IQ would put her among the brightest in a class of six- and seven-year-olds.

A spokesman added: ‘Saffron’s results from the IQ test will be adjudicated by our psychologist. We should be able to confirm her membership within two weeks.’

The questions Saffron sailed through


FORBES: LEADERSHIP – The youngest woman in venture capital & Mensa member: Ernestine Fu, age 20


Names You Need to Know: Ernestine Fu
May. 13 2011 – 11:03 am | 10,022 views | 3 recommendations | 8 comments
The youngest woman in venture capital? Erenestine Fu, age 20. 

Ernestine Fu may be the first Stanford sophomore to work as a venture capitalist while carrying a full course load. For the past two months Fu, who turned 20 on April 30, has been an associate at Alsop Louie Partners in San Francisco. Her job: to find and vet potential entrepreneurs on the Stanford campus. Though she’s supposedly employed only part-time, last week Fu says she logged 40 hours and sat in on partner meetings. “I’m about to close a very very big deal,” she says. “I’ve managed to convince all the partners to go for it.” At the same time, she’s been handling a full course load as a civil and environmental engineering major, and doing the work of several other human beings.

Among her projects: serving as executive director of Stanford’s Student Services Division, which coordinates public service projects for Stanford students on campus and in the Bay Area, like a tutoring program in the low-income community of East Palo. She also sits on a board at State Farm Insurance that gives $5 million a year to service learning projects like environmental education.

On top of that, Fu is co-authoring a book with former Indiana University President and former Stanford Law School dean Thomas Ehrlich, about their experiences in public service. She says the book will have alternating chapters by Ehrlich and by her. Fu says she spends about 20 hours a week on the book.

As if her plate weren’t full enough, Fu is working with Stanford engineering and entrepreneurship professor Tom Kosnik, on a long-term research project that’s probing the impact of venture capital on entrepreneurship in Silicon Valley. With Kosnik, she’s also comparing clean technology ventures in Silicon Valley and Beijing, through an organization called Cleantech Open.

It was Kosnik, 60, who brought Fu to our attention, insisting she’s in the top half a percent of the 6,000 students he’s taught over the years. “I think she’s as impressive as Bill Gates,” he says, recalling how he met theMicrosoft founder in 1993 when Kosnik was putting together a case study. “When I watch Ernestine, she’s always focused on at least three things simultaneously,” he observes. “She gets more done in a week than most of my graduate students get done in 10 weeks.”

Does Fu every rest or socialize? She describes herself as “pretty relaxed,” says she “hangs out a lot with my friends,” and sleeps around seven hours a night. She’s also an avid street skateboarder.

One more project Fu is working on: an engineering study that grew out of a class with the director of Stanford’s Center for Integrated Facility Engineering, Martin Fischer. She’s collaborating with Fischer and a scientist at Disney, Ben Schwegler, on a paper about how hurricanes and storm surges that result from climate change can affect seaport infrastructure in Gulf Port, Miss., Providence, R.I. and Kingston, Jamaica.

Fu grew up in Northridge, Calif., outside Los Angeles, the daughter of Chinese immigrants who came to the U.S. in the 1980s. As a public high school student at North Hollywood High, she attended a magnet program for highly gifted students. Fu is a member of Mensa, but declines to reveal her IQ, except to say that it’s above 145.

When she was 15, Fu founded a non-profit group, Visual Arts and Music for Society, that organizes high school volunteers to play music, do art projects and perform in homeless shelters, hospitals, orphanages and senior residences.

This summer Fu says she’s heading off to do an engineering internship for oil field services giant Schlumberger in Prudhoe Bay, Alaska.

What does Fu want to do when she gets out of college? “I see myself as having a lot of different career paths,” she says. “One thing Professor Kosnik has taught me is that innovation happens at the borders of different paths, like between engineering and philanthropy or engineering and entrepreneurship.”

Predicts Kosnik, “If she decides to become an entrepreneur, she’s going to come up with something that will astonish us all.”

Fu is starting to get some local buzz, with a May 7, article in Patch, the AOL news service, here, a May 1 piece in The Stanford Review here, and an April interview in a Stanford publication, Her Campushere.