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Seth's life is busy and full- just the way he likes it! Like most 30 year-olds, Seth wears many hats: Son, Friend, Entrepreneur, Activist, Producer, Actor and Speaker. Seth is the Founder & CEO of The Thirst Project, a creative and diverse non-profit organization located in the heart of Los Angeles. The Thirst Project has made a bold commitment to ending the clean water crisis.

Seth is a storyteller at heart, and has spoken internationally at over 300 schools, countless churches, and numerous conferences, including the Keynote Speeches for the 2015 Vancouver Tech Week ("IMPACT") Opening Plenary, delivered the 2014 Commencement Ceremony at Northwestern University's Masters of Science in Communications School, the 2014 Nexus Global Youth Summit, the TEDx Hollywood Youth Conference, Envision's Global Youth Leadership Conference in Washington D.C., and more. Seth met with Obama Administration Officials at the White House as a "White House Champion of Change" to discuss how to activate Millennials for social justice and social change. Seth currently serves the United States Department of State as a member of their U.S. Speaker Program for International Programs representing the United States as a leader in his fields at events and conferences abroad. Seth challenges people to fulfill their true purpose in life & become an engaged and socially-conscious human being. He also is passionate about providing relief for those impacted by the clean water crisis, HIV/AIDS pandemic, feeding the hungry and providing support for the millions of orphans and widows in our world today. Additionally, Seth serves on the Board of Directors for Heartland Film, on the Advisory Board for the Purpose Awards, and the Board of Directors for the Andrew Gomez Dream Foundation.

With his inspiring and humorous style, Seth challenges your thinking and touches your heart. He has traveled internationally speaking to audiences about The Clean Water Crisis, Courageous Leadership, The Power of Youth, and Living an Adventurous & Extraordinary Life. Seth has appeared in numerous professional stage productions, television shows and films, and currently is one of the activists/personalities who Hosts CNN & HLN Networks' cause-based millennial news show "ASPIREist." Seth was named to Forbes' "30 Under 30" in 2014, and has been honored with the Vh1 Do Something Award, recognized by famed photographer John Russo in his book "100 People Making A Difference," and the Charles Jehlinger Humanitarian in Entertainment Award from the American Academy of Dramatic Arts.

Seth currently resides in Los Angeles, California.