The most difficult thing I've had to do in my life would have to be the day I decided to move across the world, away from my parents and the home I had known for 16 years. Growing up in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia is an experience I wouldn't change for the world. I was raised not only to be culturally aware of diversity, but to respect it as well. I went to an international school, which had a significant impact in moulding my ideas and beliefs; I had many opportunities to travel, to gain different perspectives of how people lived.
After the transition that led me to Denver, Colorado I soon graduated and had to make a new transition into University life. I am currently a sophomore in biomedical engineering with aspirations to someday become a surgeon.
Undergraduate Degree: Temple University - Bachelor of Science, Biomedical Engineering
I love to read, write, and dance.