Chanikarn Wongviriyawong via Crowdrise
May 25, 2011
I dream of becoming a humanistic leader who will change the world. I was born and raised in Thailand and had the wonderful opportunity to be pursuing my PhD at MIT.
When I heard of Singularity University (SU), I know that I had to be there. It is a big milestone toward becoming a politician who ends corruption in my home country.
SU will offer me unparalleled experiences and opportunities to develop my leadership skills even further while learning and synergizing with other participants and world class faculties uniting around the same goal--to positively impositively impact the lives of a billion people in 10 years.
Attending SU this June is undoubtedly a major stepping-stone towards the attainment of my lifelong mission, that is to leverage technology to address major global challenges such as ending corruption and improving the distribution of healthcare provision around the world.
Here is something about Singularity University: http://singularityu.org/programs/graduate-studies-program/
When I read this, I know that I have to be there: