If you had told me on September 10, 2011 that today I would not be studying math, that I would have majored in political science and that I’d be interested in foreign policy, it just it would have seemed completely outside the realm of possibility but I look back and when I think about my path that I’ve taken, serendipity plays a very large role, mentors play an immensely important role, and detours play a large role.
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