Saul began his journey into social entrepreneurship at 17 years old. First, it was through a high school club. Then he founded a non-profit called Student Movement for Real Change that had campus chapters at 25 universities across the United States that was endorsed by President Nelson Mandela.
In 2011 Saul launched ThinkImpact Company, a leading provider of experiential education through travel and technology, where he is Founder and CEO. He is also Co-Founder and Director at Viridis Energy LLC, which offers affordable clean domestic energy solutions in West Africa. He was recognized in 2013 as one of Inc. Magazine's 30 under 30 world's leading young entrepreneurs. Saul was also recognized as a top 9 Young Foreign Policy Leader under 33 by the Diplomatic Courier and is a member of the Young Entrepreneur Council.
He is an internationally renowned speaker and International Speaker Specialist for the US Department of State. He blogs regularly for The Huffington Post and his work has been featured in Inc., Entrepreneur, Fast Company, The Next Web, Business Insider, Portfolio.com, Innovations and The Washington Post. A Truman Scholar, Saul graduated from Johns Hopkins University and John Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS). An avid runner, skier and Broncos fan, Saul lives in Denver with his wife Emily.