I was born and raised in Latin America and moved to the US as a teenager. My love for learning started early on, when I realized how much knowledge can empower us.
Since August 2020, I have been working for the United Nations' World Food Programme in Rome, Italy.
I received a Master of Arts in Education and Human Development in Educational Technology Leadership from the George Washington University in Washington D.C., July of 2018.
I became a Certified Scrum Master in October of 2021.
Every day, I am fascinated to see the different ways in which technology is impacting human learning. Physical barriers have dissolved to connect people with knowledge, as access to educational experiences continues to increase.
I believe this is an exciting time in education. Today, learners are able to actively pursue their interests and curiosity and to easily access tools and resources to embark on learning experiences.
As a woman and young professional, I want to be an architect of change in the educational technology industry and promote the advancement of women in technology-driven careers.
As an immigrant, I believe that our unique backgrounds and experiences make us valuable members of our teams, able to adapt and thrive in complex situations, and able to contribute with different perspectives and ideas.
"Education then, beyond all other devices of human origin, is the great equalizer of the
conditions of men, the balance-wheel of the social machinery."