After finishing his undergrad in Buffalo, New York, Ean spent two years as a volunteer teacher at Xavier High School in Chuuk, Micronesia. While there, he taught world history, English writing, and health, along with politics-oriented electives for juniors and seniors. After deliberating staying for a third year abroad, Ean ultimately chose to pursue a master’s degree at Fordham University in New York. There, he continued to study development economics and remained interested in society, world cultures, and travel. He was offered a full-time position there as an International Student Advisor and continues to work and reside happily in the Bronx. Ean has led student programs in Oxford, Florence, Madrid, and Morocco.