Ricardo Sanchez was born and raised in Tegucigalpa, Honduras. He currently attends the Universidad Jose Cecilio del Valle and is studying Audit and Finance. At the age of 19, he helped establish Roots Juicery, the first cold-pressed juicery in Honduras while serving as the production manager. In 2015, he co-founded Chupados.hn, a major alcoholic brand which produced and distributed cocktails locally. In 2016 Ricardo was sponsored by the U.S State Department with The Global Undergraduate Exchange Program. He joined FUEL, a center for entrepreneurship at Endicott College in Massachusetts. Now he is committed on creating a center for entrepreneurship of his own in Tegucigalpa to provide more opportunities for the Honduran people. He enjoys playing the guitar, spending time with his family, learning French, reading and going hiking. Ricardo hopes that he can meet interesting people where he can exchange ideas and find solutions to problems that Honduras faces. Additionally, he wishes to create lifelong relationships with the other Global Change Makers.