In May of 2017, I graduated from Dickinson College with a bachelor's in biology and had plans to pursue a career in medicine. However, after a year spent working on public health projects at the University of Pittsburgh, I realized my true passion lied in creating and implementing solutions to social problems that cause human suffering on a large scale. I now work at Empower360, a company that is pioneering a new healthcare model with the ultimate goal of providing people of all incomes with access to quality and affordable care. I've been involved with charitable projects his entire life. When I was 9, my grandfather recruited me to volunteer at an after-school program in a nearby low-income housing project. I went on to participate in many charitable projects over the years, including the Miracle League, Big Brothers/Big Sisters, and Team IMPACT, before ultimately creating Selfless Solutions in the fall of 2018 which I actively manage. I am also a part-time student in the Masters of Public Management program at Carnegie Mellon University's Heinz College of Information Systems and Public Policy.