Since I read Eleanor Roosevelt’s autobiography at the age of 14, I have been determined to make a difference in the world through grassroots volunteer work and national public service. As I have gotten older, I’ve realized that to have the time to do these things, I’ll either need to marry well or make the money to sustain these projects myself. My goal is to become financially independent so that I can give back to others and do the things that matter to me. Due to my mother’s death from colon cancer 2.5 years ago, I want to start a foundation to support research and prevention for this disease. I also love studying and writing about history (my major in college), so I hope to find a career that will enable me to combine my passions in historical analysis, fundraising/selling, writing, and health policy. Unlike Todd and Katie, I have no formal training in business at all, but I am considering getting a MBA with a concentration in nonprofit management.