I was first introduced to GapBuster, Inc. in 2012. I became more familiar with GapBuster, Inc. I attended and met people of the organization during my first feed the homeless event during that year’s Thanksgiving. I have been part of Gap Buster, Inc. for almost four years. I have had the opportunity to be involved in many ways as a Wheaton High School student. I was introduced to National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE) and be able to be engage in different level in my community. As a youth, GapBuster, Inc. helped me come out of my shell and develop as a leader. It gave me the opportunity to explore and pursuit a passion, for me was the fields of STEM and as a leader. I was able to be involved by being civically engaged to my community . I have traveled with GapBuster, Inc. and the exposure and networking in conferences has prepared me to becoming aware of what I have to do to succeed after college. I will continue to come back and speak with young youth to guide them to positive influences and help prepared them for the future ahead of them. I want to be able to volunteer at GapBuster, Inc. at events and continue to be involved in as much ways as I can.