I am passionate about pursuing a career in the analysis of capital markets. As a strong mathematics student I began to apply myself in the field of economics and finance. I found at an early age I am very results driven and applying my skills to the analysis of equities is what drives me the most. When I started taking classes in economics and finance I took them very seriously. I took in everything I could from those courses and then more from research on my own. Very quickly I distinguished myself as a professional who is passionate in the field and was awarded the Larry T. Campbell Prize; an honored treasurer and comptroller of Hood College from 1968 - '81. In my undergraduate career I was also elected to be a Christine P. Tischer Scholar in the fulfillment of a Departmental Honors Research for the Economics and Business Administration department at Hood College. The financial study was very enduring and rewarding in which the results I have found can be located in, "The Undergraduate Economic Review," of Illinois Wesleyan University. I would like to continue a career in capital market analysis to further achieve upon my career aspirations and wake up everyday and love my job.