Hello there strangers,
It’s nice to meet you. Self-introductions are always so bland – unless you’re a humanitarian globetrotter fighting local rebels touting AK-47s to deliver vaccines to malaria-infected children in tropical jungles, which I’m not so I’ll try to make this as quick and as painless as possible.
Born & bred in NYC (Go Brooklyn!), I’m a Georgetown MBA student, social media engagement strategist & travel blogger passionate about nonprofit & social change. Visit my LinkedIn to learn more about what I do.
I volunteered at a migrant school in the outskirts of Shanghai and witnessed first-hand not only a child’s hunger for food but their hunger for an education. It was an unforgettable experience I shared in “Climbing Out of Poverty”. This experience has helped define my career goal of providing an education to children living in poverty while traversing the world.
Traveling doesn’t always mean leaving the country. It doesn’t mean you have to leave your home. Home is where the heart is. Traveling is leaving your bubble, your comfort zone. Sometimes I travel to different places in the world. Sometimes I travel in my thoughts. Either way I travel, it’s food for my soul.
I refuse to let society program me. Conformity isn’t for everyone. I want to see the world through my eyes, not the way someone else tells me to. My interpretation of it makes me who I am. The path I take to get there is by traveling.
So, there you have it. That’s me in a nutshell. Questions and comments are welcomed below.
Welcome to my blog and I hope you enjoy your visit.
P.S. Wondering why this blog is called A Pair of Panties & Boxers? Click here to find out!
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