Ricardo Rossello


Ricardo Antonio Rosselló Nevares (born March 7, 1979 and better known as Ricky Rosselló) is an entrepreneur, political advisor, and research scientist. Rosselló is the youngest son of Pedro Rosselló, former governor of Puerto Rico. Born in 1979, he is the third son of former governor of Puerto Rico Pedro Rosselló and his wife Maga. Attended and graduated from high school in Puerto Rico, specifically, from Colegio Marista in Guaynabo. He was a 3-time junior tennis champion in Puerto Rico and was the first Puerto Rican ever to be selected to the International Mathematical Olympiad. As a college student he served as president of the Association of Puerto Rican Students at MIT and was the winner of the Dean’s Office award for outstanding leadership and community service. Additionally, he was the recipient of the office of minority “academic excellence” award and was the youngest deputy leader in the International Mathematical Olympiad in 2000. a Doctor in Biomedical Engineering at the University of Michigan. He earned his Bachelor’s Degree from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in Chemical Engineering, Biomedical Engineering, as well as Economics. As a college research  ( Wikipedia article )


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Date of birth
Entrepreneur, Scientist, Engineer


Institution From To
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
University of Michigan
Colegio Marista Guaynabo

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