I have always viewed myself as a young entrepreneur and aspiring business woman. From a young age I was working some business angle; whether it was selling cookies and lemonade, dealing antiques with my father, listing products on eBay, or working deals at garage sales - I was in the midst of the action. I found this passion within the Dtech Academy... About the time I even began as an assistant to a taxidermist in Ojai. The two coinciding in the development of my entrepreneurial adventure. The assistant position gave me the opportunity to see how a business was run and the importance of proper customer service. Additionally, through these past few years in Dtech, this academy has taught me the cruciality that time-management, organization, maturity and self-discipline has in the success of a student entrepreneur. I am exhilarated for what is to come this year; learning the fundamentals of leading and producing a successful business while striving to support Gravity Water and their fight towards clean water globally.