In April, my team at BioCellection competed in PennVention, a technological innovation competition hosted by the Penn Engineering school, open to all students at the University of Pennsylvania. Through receiving the Social Impact Prize at PennVention, my co-founder and I were awarded the privilege to participate in the 2016 Penn Columbia Social Impact House (PCSIH). This SIH took place for 8 days at Galusha Farm in East Topsham, Vermont. The farm is an absolute gem! The lake, the woods, the mountains, the sunsets, and the stars made me feel extraordinarily grounded. They helped me think and feel without distractions. It was the perfect place to self-reflect and build relationships with others.