A “Third culture kid”, a three word I just recently discovered to describe my developmental years growing up with a multicultural insight and trans-continental upbringing. Having the advantages to live in foreign places, meet new people, consider a city 500 miles away is close and grows up through the different environment from Africa to Middle East to Southeast Asia and South America every few years have been an amazing life twists and turns experience. When you move around a lot the things you learned about yourself were replaced by new findings. Studying International Relations in my undergrad gives a solid grounding in understanding international issues which led me to be more interested in engaging in an NGO and nonprofit sectors. While fate saw it differently, i took place working in the business development for an oil gas industry. Shortly, I decided to pursue further studies in Social Entrepreneurship in San Francisco and a chance to unfold the opportunity that awaits. Theres chances that nonprofit can be today’s solutions to face the global problems. To make the biggest impact in the world is to find the intersection between passion and strength in life and to go for it. Some of the most beautiful things in the world are the people who make it up, their hearts, and their stories. I come to realize it was never about what I left back there wherever I grew up, it was what i brought with me, experiences. Experiences that inscribe themselves into my brain and they long outlast most things. We play the heroes in the movies we play in our head.