From a young age, I have always been interested in the world of commerce, in particular international business and entrepreneurship. In addition to commerce, I have had two major opportunities to participate in meaningful global service in Mombasa, Kenya and Bella Union, Uruguay. In each of these instances, I taught to kids at elementary schools there. From these trips, I realized that education is the key to helping impoverished companies improve their state. If I could earn a living doing what I love, I would create a company that specializes in brining education to all part of the world. This could be done in many ways. For examples, if the correct frame work is in place, my company could help establish an internet connection and bring the amazing and vast world of online education to the third world. Or on a smaller scale, just donating books, helping to build schools, or sending trained teachers would suffice. To achieve this goal, I must first be well equipped to run an international company. This is why my own education at Chapman comes in. Once I have the intelligence to execute and coordinate a business like this, I would then need to seek donations to secure the necessary funds to start spreading free and good education all over the world. No matter the magnitude of this movement, it would have a very positive affect on the world around me.