I’m a guy with very humble beginnings. I came from a civil war-ridden country to the US in 2004. Education was always my main priority, as quality of education was not something I had access to growing up in Liberia, West Africa. When I graduated with my undergraduate degree in Business Management in 2017, I had $120k in student loans and no job to show for it. My 3- and 2-year-old daughters were also looking up to me for sustenance. I couldn’t afford daycare and the little that my fiancée made wasn’t enough; it could barely pay the rent.
I started driving for Prime in 1999 when I was only 22 years old. Back then, like most 22-year-olds, I wasn’t really concerned about my health. I ate whatever I wanted because I never thought it would actually affect me. I didn’t start focusing on my health until the doctor gave me the scare of … Read more Prime Driver Emily Plummer Shares Health Journey