Jade Fabello is a writer, speaker and a Moody Dean Scholar at the University of Texas.
His work has had him share the stage with President of the Ford Foundation Darren Walker, Speaker of the Texas House Joe Strauss, and UT President Greg Fenves. He has been invited to speak in front of US Congressman Beto O'Rourke, distinguished professors in the communication field and audiences of over 1000. His speeches cover American politics, sustainable activism, race education and beyond.
Jade is a recipient of the Sam Attlesey Endowed Presidential Scholarship, the Georgia Lucas Scholarship in Journalism, the Doc Sellers Endowed Presidential Scholarship for Print Journalism and the S. Griffin Singer Scholarship. Two years in a row Jade has brought home the Best Undergraduate Paper award from the A&M Communicating Diversity Conference.
His creative interests extend to modeling, performance and comedy.
Born in Evanston, Illinois, Jade currently resides in Austin, Texas.