Seth grew up at a little village Ghana. At an early age, he realized that every village community needed two main things; education for a better future for the children and better farming practice to help feed the family and pay the school fees to educate the children. He migrated to the United States at age 22. Seth studied Network Information Technology and got a job with a national computer repair chain. Later he founded a non-profit organization called Entire Village Community Organization (EVCO). EVCO’s mission is to bridge the digital divide by introducing computers in village schools and also teaching rural farmers best ways to raise livestock. EVCO Farmers’ Institute teaches eight livestock programs plus beekeeping. EVCO currently works in Nigeria, Liberia and Ghana.