College of Wooster, Class of 2021
Major: Business Economics
Tell us about yourself.
I am a philanthropist. I work closely with the Wooster community trying to give back as much as I can, since I am so blessed with all that I have. This would include a range of volunteering opportunities varying from being in a preschool classroom, interacting with kids, to interacting with nonprofits around Wooster, solving problems within their organization. Not only do I enjoy volunteering, I am part of a team. I swim at the college where I can focus on communication between team members and alumni and hard work by attending all practices while juggling it all with classwork and clubs.
What advice do you have for those interested in entrepreneurial pursuits?
Find what you are passionate about. Anything you find interest in, is the best way to success. If you have an idea, try sharing or collaborating with others around you. Those who care about you the most want to see you succeed.
How has NEOSVF prepared you for an entrepreneurial lifestyle?
NEOSVF has opened me up to the possibilities around me. I never thought that having an idea could turn into a business. Every day I take into account of a problem someone or myself might have. I try to brainstorm ideas about how that problem can be solved. The world has endless opportunities and every opportunity can make the world a better place and easier place to live in.