What is your story? What doesn't your resume tell us about you?

I grew up in South America and have lived through the problems that underdeveloped countries face on a day to day basis. I came to the US to study with the hopes of helping people like the ones back in Venezuela, who need to be educated on these pressing issues.

Describe your dream job or career.

My dream job would require me to work face to face with people while finding solutions to their problems. Ideally, I would find the most efficient way to better the day to day things that impact our lives.

Tell us about your leadership experiences.

Growing up, I was always interested in being the organizer of groups and clubs. I have always been the person who will get the job done and move people to do the same. I have led groups as small as 15 people to committees of 200 people. My emotional intelligence has allowed me to excel as a leader.


What is the biggest take-away and/or favorite part of your GREEN Program experience?

The GREEN Program let me see how a group of diverse individuals, with the same goal can come together and help a community. This program exposed me to living situations that I have never seen before and allowed my creativity flow in order to come up with solutions. Being first hand in the place made me even more passionate about entering an industry that deals with clean energy/tech.

How do you want to leave your impact on the world?

I want to use my creativity and problem solving skills to tackle problems impacting people all over the world, especially in developing countries.


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