In 2009 Vincent earned his Bachelor’s degree and joined the U.S. Peace Corps shortly thereafter. He served for 27 months in Armenia as an environmental educator. He earned his Master’s degree developing a water treatment method utilizing carbon nanotubes and magnetic iron nanoparticles. After earning his degree he worked with World Water Relief installing water filters at rural schools in the Dominican Republic and Haiti. In 2016 he volunteered with the U.S. Peace Corps to lecture at Cuttington University’s biology department, in Liberia, as an assistant professor. In 2017 he joined the Auster environments Consortium for Enhanced Sepsis Outcomes (ACESO) sepsis study as a study manager posted in Liberia.