Will Hopper was highly involved as an undergraduate at Texas Christian University, serving as an orientation leader, campus tour guide and a member of the Reformed University Fellowship and Neeley Fellows Business Honors Program, all while serving Eta Chi chapter as Chaplain and Push America chairman. He graduated cum laude with a bachelor's in entrepreneurship, with a minor in chemistry. Hopper's main career goal is to become a physician, but for the last two years he has chosen to forgo further education in order to focus on global service. He has lived in the Dominican Republic serving as a Mortiz Fellow for Esperanza International, a Christian nonprofit microfinance organization. In January, he moved to Malaysia on a Fulbright grant to teach English in a small rural village and plans to return to the U.S. in 2015 to pursue a medical career.