Throughout my life I have been driven by my curiosity and ambition, which is how I have got to where I am currently. During my Undergraduate studies I found myself being drawn towards courses such as Neuroanatomy and Neuropsychology, which is why I decided to focus on just that in my Postgraduate. I moved halfway through Europe to Germany for that dream, and am now doing my Postgraduate at the Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München, in Neuro-Cognitive Psychology, MSc. My main interests in said field are synaesthesia and colour perception and I will try and tie those interests with my current studies and future projects. When I'm not stuck studying at the university, I enjoy reading a good book, doing some sports and catching up on my favourite shows. However, I cannot stay put for too long as I start feeling restless. My curiosity led me to join EFPSA for the 2015-2016 mandate as a Vice Member Representative for Estonia. After holding various positions within the Executive Board, I now find myself a part of the Board of Management. A similar pattern happened in our Member Organisation in Estonia, EPSÜ. There I also started out as a Regular Member and last year ended up in the Board of Management. In those moments I felt ready and that I was the person for said jobs so I decided to give it a chance and I am very grateful others had trust in me and my abilities. Of course, this journey has not been just a smooth ride, but rather a rollercoaster full of challenges and obstacles. But it has all been worth it and I know even more great things are to come.