A man behind a plan. Life background:
I was born May 5, 1988 in southern Ohio, raised with 2 parents and two younger brothers in Oberlin. I know that my great liberal bubble hometown had a lot to do with who I am now. Oberlin endows mindfulness, appreciation, and a stellar worldview that really anyone can make a difference. I am truly blessed to have parents that cared and cultivated their children’s success. I worked at a local dairy farm, served on the Oberlin School Board two years, and led the Marching Band senior year (Bass drum)– graduating valedictorian of my class from Oberlin High School in 2006.
What difference is one person? I learned my purpose at the end of a 2-month homestay in Costa Rica. My mind thinks ideas and possibilities, and that night realized the potential to revitalize rural areas with a simple service. To serve as a transparent middle-service sector and education for organic farmers: why was no one doing this for a huge emerging sector? The idea has come a long way since then, and each day I think it’s more possible. It gets me out of bed in the morning and keeps me up late. Following the path, I have met new people and had amazing experiences that do more than create a good resume: they define a worldview and future that is “very good”. I can’t complain- feels good to change the world.
Now I am working on this full time, on a path to become my own organic farmer, looking for solutions, and sharing them via two blogs and a twitter account. http://eddiemill.wordpress.com/ http://eddiemill.tumblr.com/ http://twitter.com/eddiemill
-School: BU College of Arts and Sciences ’10 (Economics, International Relations (Sustainable Development))
-Political beliefs: Socioeconomic
-Personality type: ENFP (Myer’s Briggs), Aura: Tan-Red
Enjoy my blog, “A Global Organic Mindset”: http://eddiemill.wordpress.com
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Boston University ’10
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Resume link: June 10, 2009