"I chose economics because I find it pertinent in all levels of society: individual, national, and international. Furthermore, I find it very interesting how economics formulate social observations into theories and equations to solve what are fundamentally social problems. Particularly, I enjoy studying environmental economics, and I believe that this discipline is vital and relevant to today’s environment discourse.
After graduating from iCLA, I will be attending a graduate program in the Netherlands focusing on environment and resource management, which incorporates economics and policy-making. I aim to pursue a career in environmental consulting after my graduate studies.”