The first time I came across SEANAC was during my postgraduate studies at Rhodes University (South Africa) as it was one of the main collaborators for my research project. Through their support, I was able to graduate with a MSc in Analytical Chemistry in 2014. During the course of my studies at Rhodes, SEANAC provided an incredible opportunity for me to travel to Lund University (Sweden) as a visiting researcher in a Biomedical lab. I gained tremendous knowledge in the field of proteomics, mass spectrometry and cancer therapy. I am now pursuing my PhD in Chemistry at the University of Arkansas Fayetteville (USA) and once again SEANAC facilitated my transition. I would like to express my sincere gratitude to the organization for their invaluable gift of education they have given me, I am forever thankful and grateful for their continued support in my chemistry career.