More so after I graduate, but always happy to connect.
I will eventually end up somewhere abroad serving the people of the Middle East, of this I am convinced. I see potential in places some do not. I wish to work in so-called dangerous countries. Working with refugees, particularly those from Somalia, Iran, Iraq and Afghanistan, changed the course of how I make decisions. Ultimately, the goal is to work in a humanitarian organization dedicated to helping refugees from that region. Teaching a young Somali girl English, is one of the dearest times I will always cherish. I am one of those weird yogi practitioners. I drink too much coffee and love Anthropology and Anthropologie (do you know the difference?). I am known to get into heated debates about politics but bite my tongue when I have to. I like change and fear change. Seth Godin, Steve Jobs, and Hillary Clinton are people I admire. International relations, women rights and feminism, with a hint of activism sums me up.