In short, because of where I live, the opportunities I have been given, and the things I have done to improve my game, I can bring a new perspective to your team that you likely will not find anywhere else.
I live in Singapore, which does not have a very big women's soccer community. This has made me driven to get the training I need and will improve at while getting creative in the training that I do, whether it is switching/playing for multiple club teams at once or simply using a ball to kick against my apartment building when I have spare time. With the experience I have been able to gain, I was scouted for the Singapore National U15 and U17 teams, where I played for four years pending dual citizenship with my pre-existing US passport, and only discontinued training when my Singapore citizenship was denied. In order for me to get 11-aside training, I train with a Singapore Women's Premier League team as both an underage and overseas player, the youngest on my team. I also have more than ten years of experience playing soccer at multiple clubs and multiple teams with different coaching styles, allowing me to adapt to different styles of play. Similarly, living in a small country such as Singapore has given me the opportunity to play internationally, in countries like Malaysia, Indonesia, Taiwan, Philippines, Thailand, Sweden (at Gothia Cup, where I finished as a cup semi-finalist), England (where I was invited to train with Chelsea Women's U17 team), and the US (where I played in the Surf Cup U19 division when I was 15). I am also able to share my knowledge and grow my leadership skills by gaining captaincy with my ESA club team and my high school varsity team (where I have been a starter since freshman year) as well as coaching teams between the ages of 6 and 14.