Albert Hu attended Duke University after graduating from Northern Secondary School in Toronto, Canada. At Duke, Albert was recognized by several awards, including the University Scholarship donated by Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and the National Academy of Engineering Grand Challenge Scholar. Albert was appointed Pratt Research Fellow for his work on medical microscopy technologies and he served as the President of Duke Smart Home, the world’ first LEED Platinum Live-in Laboratory and an International Green Industry Hall of Fame Program. Albert loved starting business while in school. He placed 2nd in the 25th Queen’s Entrepreneurs’ Competition among teams from Universities around the world. In 2012 Albert started a non-profit public health program in southern Uganda. He enjoys travelling, learning about green technologies and anything related to aviation.