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  1. BRAVO!! I think you did a great job of expressing your enthusiasm for your work. You definitely showed a thorough knowledge. Mr. Loudon is a good interviewer and brought out your personality. I liked the way you gave the names of your mentors and influencers. As your Dad, I guess I would be biased as to your presentation. I think you explained your projects in “down to earth” terms and explained whatever new terms might be confusing to the general public. And, as your Dad, I know first hand the hard work and dedication that you put into your efforts. I really don’t think “work” is a good word for what you do in the world. You don’t separate your everyday life from your love for helping people. My wife and I look at each other and ask, “Where did she come from?” Jokingly, I told my daughter, that, when Mother Teresa died, the Missions of Charity were calling to see if she wanted the job.

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