Ten years ago, I woke up in a cold hospital room with a bloody tube protruding from the side of my chest, spleen torn in two places, bones broken, and barely breathing. It was a nightmare.
But I was surrounded by loved ones who nurtured me and my friends who were in that car. And I wouldn’t be here today if it weren’t for the strength you all lent me.
Today, I stand at the edge of graduating from Harvard, and I’ll be competing in one of Harvard’s most prestigious competitions, the Innovation Challenge — all for the sake of launching One Degree and making kids and families’ lives better. This is a dream come true.
Thanks to everyone who’s given me love and strength over the last 10 years.