How I feel privileged to do what I doI feel lucky because a lot of people that left school like me, as a “NEET” - Not in Education, Employment or Training, have ended up involved with the justice system, or on minimum wage or as a single parent. Something has happened to help me reach my potential and it is an opportunity that I can pass onto young people. At Ethos I am working with people similar to me - in terms of mindset and attitude to problem-solving and that is very important. I don’t have the financial capital to do much but working with others in Ethos I can actually make those changes by working with people like me who are ambitious for social impact. Working here makes me believe we can all be more successful if we change our economy so young people can do social good and flourish; get a good job and support a family and not have to wait to win the lottery or retire and then do social good.