Sal Parsa, MBA 18, once believed his destiny was to become a tailor, or a mechanic.
Born in Afghanistan and raised during Taliban rule to a family without much education, Parsa didn’t have many options. By age twelve, he was going to school half the day and working the other half sewing clothes.
That would have been his future, too. But then something happened: the Americans arrived in his hometown of Herat.Read more