Chavez Edgecombe loves a challenge, including one most would think twice about accepting: moving from the warm climes of Nassau, Bahamas to pursue a degree in marketing in wintry eastern Canada. Nothing deters this enthusiastic basketball-loving and aspiring entrepreneur from pursuing his goals, including managing severe Type B hemophilia. Chavez’s new home of Prince Edward Island allows him to keep his active lifestyle and gives him space for quiet contemplation which he uses to maintain balance in his work and social life. His recent participation in the WFH Youth Leadership workshop in Budapest, Hungary, left him invigorated and determined to make a difference in the global bleeding disorder community. He hopes to use his personal experience and education to play a role in the community, not only in his country but internationally.