Volunteer - Research
Brice Karickhoff was compelled to devote his studies and career to caring for the poor during a 4-month stint in South America following his senior year of high school. He attended the University of Georgia and obtained his Bachelors degree in economics and global health graduating magna cum laude.
He remains at the University of Georgia where is obtaining his masters degree in agricultural economics. Throughout his time in college he has been involved with research concerning the causes of modern famines, economic modeling of altruistic decision making, and fertilizer uptake in rural African communities.
He has experience with several international non-profits, including a programs evaluation role with Mission:Hope and a board member position with Agape House Asia.