Sendhil Revuluri was instrumental in laying the foundation for many of IMSA’s current alumni outreach activities. Well-known by alumni, Revuluri was one of a small group who worked diligently to strengthen the alumni network and the IMSA Alumni Association (IAA). As a cabinet member and treasurer of the Alumni Association, Sendhil assisted with early online outreach efforts, reunion planning, and fundraising appeals to alumni. His efforts paved the way for what would be a multi-year campaign to reach the $1 million goal in alumni contributions for the IMSA Fund for Advancement of Education. In addition to his service on the IAA Cabinet, Revuluri served as a member of the IMSA Fund Board of Directors, helped coordinate regional events for alumni in New York and Chicago, and now serves on the IMSA President’s Alumni Advisory Council (IPAAC). After IMSA, Revuluri studied physics and mathematics at the University of Chicago and traded equity derivatives for eight years before he helped found the Bronx Academy of Letters, a new public secondary school, in 2003. Last year, he became the Senior Instructional Specialist for secondary mathematics at the Chicago Public Schools. In this role, he works with colleagues in mathematics and across disciplines to manage the implementation of curriculum, teacher supports, and assessments in more than 40 high schools, as well as influencing other aspects of mathematics teaching and learning in the district
Revuluri, Sendhil '90, "Recipient of the 2009 Alumni Titan Award" (2009). Alumni Titan Award. 6.