STRIVING TO HELP OTHERS
MEAN TO ME?
I love how entrepreneurship is rooted in finding ways to make life better or easier for other people by bringing something brand new into the world or improving something that’s already there.
I caught the entrepreneurial bug early. In first grade, I started an origami class during recess to help my peers build their paper-folding skills.
Towards the end of elementary school, I introduced made-to-order cotton candy to my classmates, building a demand for myself to fulfill.
And the entrepreneur seed grew...
By 8th grade, I launched a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization for native bee conservation, called Bee Kind MN, Inc.
In 11th grade, I co-founded StartUp: Entrepreneur Club at my high school to share my experience as a young entrepreneur with other students.
During Summer 2020, I co-launched Ethography, LLC, a photography company committed to giving back.
One of the beauties of entrepreneurship is learning what you need to know as you go, which is exactly what I did with each of these endeavors.
By constantly pursuing new projects, I'm always building on my existing toolset, allowing me to get to the next learning opportunity more quickly.