I’m a Fordham University graduate with a degree in Information Systems with a Spanish minor in the Gabelli School of Business. I’ve spent most of my college career interning, working, volunteering, scheming, blogging, running, studying, exploring the BX and the other boroughs, getting enough sleep, and trying to learn as much as possible in and out of the classroom.
During my summers in college, I’ve interned at tech startups and consulting companies and during the school year I am usually helping out with sustainability/diversity initiatives on campus and in the local Bronx community. Since the Fall 2017, I’ll be working full-time as a cyber-risk consultant at Deloitte in NYC.
Aside from work and schoolwork, I run, volunteer, consult for local and student-run businesses, read, blog, advocate for social justice issues, practice language learning, give tours of Fordham, plan community organizing events with the DDCSJ, practice yoga and go on hikes, work on diversity and sustainability initiatives with the Social Innovation Collaboratory, attend conferences and networking events, participate in case and pitch competitions, learn how to code and about cybersecurity, monitor my productivity/skills/progress, teach college readiness workshops in Bronx schools, plan intentional travel, plot passion projects, work 3+ part-time jobs, and explore the boroughs with my friends.
I also have a passion for cybersecurity, tech, sustainable impact, whales, anime/animation/story-telling/fantasy, science-fiction/space, reading, community development, wellness, diversity, social justice, climate change, intersectionality, inclusion, representation, innovation, food/restaurant exploration and discovery, Venezuela, and wine.
Hmu if you ever want to chat about those things!