At 27, with a resume that looks like I'm 40, recruiters say I'm out of luck and some days I agree with them. I’m the founder of three companies with nothing in common and was the youngest consultant at the World Bank Group in the Africa Region. But it's there I learned about true economic development and the power of entrepreneurship. After that, I served as a founding advisor to Nadaam Cashmere, which served to debut an innovative business model with a multi-pronged microeconomic development strategy. An anarchic capitalist, I have applied social entrepreneurship to help goat herders in Mongolia to first-time business women in India. I love building impact-driven vehicles to empower major changes in the lives of incredible individuals as well as assisting great change agents to maximize their impact. When I'm not writing or consulting, you can find me horseback-racing, surfing, ranting endlessly about my love for my home city of Washington D.C., smoking cigars, and drinking wine.