Olga Murray found her life purpose right before she retired; the now 96-year-old was at the end of her legal career when she took a vacation to a place she’d never been -- she traveled to Nepal on a whim. “The minute I landed, I fell in love with the country. The children, they held my hand, they laughed. There were just so delightful, and they wanted to go to school. Most kids didn’t go to school then,” said Murray. She knew then and there that she would educate Nepali children for the rest of her life. That started her 30-year passion project, building the Nepal Youth Foundation, a nonprofit that combats poverty, builds schools and rescues girls forced into servitude. The nonprofit has built 72 hospitals and helped educate more than 50,000 kids, and Murray has no plans to stop.