"Doing nothing for others is the undoing of ourselves."
Lawrence "Shona" Kimbala will save the world one life at a time. His father, an employee of TriCell, dedicated his life to traveling Africa and studying exotic tropical diseases. Rather than staying in his native Zimbabwe, Lawrence traveled with his father from place to place. Lawrence's travels showed him the importance of doctors and biologists in making the world a better place. A slew of private tutors coupled with hands-on experience with his father earned Lawrence a full scholarship to Harvard Medical School. On leaving Harvard, Lawrence was picked up by the US government as part of their developing human enhancement program. A compassionate soul, Lawrence appreciates the need for heroes in a beleaguered world, but prefers to work on improving life for the average person. Lawrence's code-name, "Shona," is a reference to his ethnicity. His mostly exaggerated dislike of his codename is mainly used to start arguments when things get slow.
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