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Oscar Guillén Arauz

Fellow, Advanced Aerial Mobility

Originally from Greenville, South Carolina, Oscar is a Magna Cum Laude graduate from Furman University. There, his studies focused heavily in the development and adoption of green technologies in East Asia, emphasizing the importance of hydrogen and nuclear energy in aiding Japan reach its net-zero carbon emissions goal by 2050.

Previously, Oscar has worked as a Wealth Management Analyst at JP Morgan's Private Bank in Denver, as well as a Business Analytics Analyst at Mavin Construction, a Greenville-based company. He is most proud of having co-founded Furman’s First-Generation Student Alliance, the university’s first organization led by first-gen students, for first-gen students.

Oscar aims to rewrite the possibilities of First-Generation, undocumented, low-income workers in America. In his spare time, he enjoys studying foreign languages, running, listening to audiobooks, and keeping up with the latest in politics and technology.