In May of 2017, Pat graduated from Dickinson College with a bachelor’s in biology and had plans to pursue a career in medicine. However, after a year spent working on public health projects at the University of Pittsburgh, he realized his true passion lay in creating and implementing solutions to societal flaws that cause human suffering on a large scale. He now works at Empower360, a company that is pioneering a new healthcare model with the ultimate goal of providing people of all incomes with access to quality and affordable care. Pat has been involved with charitable projects his entire life. When he was 9, his grandfather recruited him to volunteer at an after-school program in a nearby low-income housing project. He went on to participate in many charitable projects over the years, including the Miracle League, Big Brothers/Big Sisters, and Team IMPACT, before ultimately launching Selfless Solutions in January 2019. Pat is also a part-time student in the Masters of Public Management program at Carnegie Mellon University’s Heinz College of Information Systems and Public Policy.