Wearable device that helps people manage their diabetes.
Russell Fearon is a senior mechanical engineering major at Syracuse University from Baldwin, New York. Russell is the designer of Sugex, a wearable device that helps people manage their diabetes. He graduated in the top tier of his class at Chaminade High School where he honed his writing, debate, and business acumen. Since his childhood, Russell has always strived to make the world a better place, participating in community service and charitable endeavors.
In 2015, he achieved the prestigious award and apex of scouting, the Eagle Scout rank. Over the course of his collegiate tenure, Russell has landed coveted summer internship opportunities from Northrop Grumman (aerospace) in Florida to Edwards LifeSciences (medical) in California.
His diverse knowledge and voracious desire to learn from whoever offers it has made him successful in the corporate workspace. In the summer of 2019, Russell began to pursue his entrepreneurial desire during at the Invent@SU invention accelerator. There he synthesized affordable alternatives to help treat the worldwide diabetes epidemic.