Nelly & Fo'ad Fadil
Nelly and Fo'ad Fadil with the help of Dr. Ayoub, their mother, established Waves of Equality in 2015. Nelly currently attends Lafayette College, as a Neuroscience major on the premed track. Fo'ad is currently enrolled in Atlantis Learning Center, where he has been since 2011. Fo'ad Fadil was diagnosed with sensory processing disorder in Houston, Texas 2001. They both want to establish a community where everyone is respected and treated fairly no matter their abilities.
Brendan Bauer is a sophomore at Lafayette College and is a Chemical Engineering major. He is from Monmouth Beach, New Jersey, and he hopes to promote the mission of Waves of Equality and establish a better community for all. He hopes that through this involvement, Waves can not only include, but completely integrate neurodivergent individuals into the community.
Shreya Raizada is a sophomore at Lafayette College and is a Government/Law and Asian Studies double major, from New York City. When she heard about Waves she knew she had to get involved, it is something she had not worked towards prior but immediately knew it was an important mission!
Bella is an Art History major and an Architectural Studies minor at Lafayette College. When joining waves, she aims to facilitate conversations about neurodivergent individuals and create an environment that not only includes but integrates their functionality in the greater community.