Continuing the theme, Tim was inspired by his travels to Mexico when he founded an organization, Brothers Against Poverty, to make an impact on the poverty rate. Since its inception, he has traveled to Nicaragua, El Salvador, and Honduras, including one trip on which his team reached 28,000 children in need through various efforts. Brothers Against Poverty also works with Habitat for Humanity in the local community, and Tim is responsible for recruiting and motivating volunteers. At home, he is captain of the varsity baseball, tennis, and basketball teams, and serves as president of his school's National Honor Society chapter, district representative for ASB, and a mentoring program leader. He has been ranked #1 in his class every year since 2011. It is no wonder that his contact at Habitat for Humanity calls Tim "multidimensional." Tim hails from Bellingham, Wash., and plans to attend Stanford University in the fall to study economics and international business.