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For my hero to follow, I decided to follow Geoff Mulgan. He is the Founder of Demos, an organization which brings individuals together to solve problems on a large scale. He is also Director of "The Young Foundation". The Young Foundation is an foundation which starts projects revolving around social innovation.

I picked Mr. Mulgan due to the fact that he sees the need for innovation in the Government. The need to bail out the big banks and auto industry is still being debated; But… Continue

Posted on April 15, 2010 at 7:21am


In ten years, I will have completed my B.S. in Computer Science at UNC-Charlotte. I will be continuing my work with the North Carolina Baptist Men's Disaster Relief Feeding Unit. I hope that I will be traveling the country, not only visiting the "popular places", but truely seeing what America has to offer; being able to see and help those in need around me. I have been able to visit other countries, and learned a great deal about how lucky I am, but I truly wish to assist those in my… Continue

Posted on April 15, 2010 at 6:00am


I feel that which could help ME change the world would be listening to the right people. So many people have stories and experiences that could help make a difference. So many people have stories from which you can learn. But what is just as important as those experiences is somebody taking those and learning from them. As corny as it may sound, it is those stories of "I walked 15 miles to school" that led to innovations in transportation. People had a problem, and people adapted. Commumication… Continue

Posted on April 15, 2010 at 5:53am — 1 Comment

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