When Logan Orozco was two-years-old, her mother was diagnosed with MS. “Over the years, my mom has taken multiple prescription pills, vitamins, shots, and forms of chemo to help with her MS,” Logan says. “Always feeling hopeless because she is so sick, I long for anything to cure the pain she still feels to this day.” However, Logan has found one positive within the situation. The student attributes her passion to help others to the relationship she has built with her mother as the primary caregiver. Even while balancing her schoolwork at Ballinger High School, multiple jobs, and her responsibilities at home to help her mother with treatment, Logan has still made time to serve others building houses in Haiti and volunteering with foster children. Logan plans to continue this life of service as she pursues her Bachelor’s in nursing at Tarleton State University in Stephenville.