I would work for the United Nations and help shape developing countries, such as Ghana, into technological, social, and economical powerhouses. Looking specifically at Africa, many sleep on its potential to be a force within the global sector. I would also create teams of twenty professionals that vary in skills, such as civil engineers, accountants, teachers, doctors, etc. and gradually send them to developing countries; it would be called “Professionals without Borders.” Each country would be required to promote the program to its citizens after post-graduate studies, with certain exceptions for particular careers. Later on in my career, after serving my time in the UN, I would return to Ghana and work as the Senior Financial Advisor for the president with the hope that my expertise in money management and allocation of assets would subsequently improve the conditions of the job market, economy, healthcare, infrastructure, and education. I plan to double major in Finance and International Business during college. After college, I will obtain a dual degree in Public Administration and Business Administration with a concentration in International Finance. I hope to help the citizens of the world create a better tomorrow by being the best I can be today, and eventually earn the esteemed Nobel Peace Prize.