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Ricardo Scott (Alumnus)
The road to success is full of twists and turns, hurdles and potholes. And in the case of Ricardo Scott ’18, those challenges came early in life.
Originally from Panama, Scott was born with spina bifida. Doctors told his single mother not to get too attached to her newborn because they believed he would not live more than a couple of weeks. Scott’s mother ignored the doctors’ advice and traveled to the United States in search of better medical care for her son. Today, at 24 years of age, Scott has beaten the original prognosis of his disability, enduring more than 40 surgeries along the way.
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