I want to be able to help others understand better our environment. I want to create and come up with innovative ideas that will impact others lives.

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

I am an International Student from Venezuela. I grew up and lived there for 18 years, and right after I finished High School I moved to Colombia, stayed there for around 4-5 months studying in one of the Best Universities of the Capital and just after that I had the opportunity to come to the US to study and my lived changed completely. I am a person that is thriven by the idea of creation and innovation. I am also constantly seeking for new ways and new things to learn that can help me inspire others to be the best version of themselves. I love to learn as much as I can from pretty much everything, even if is something small that might not applied to my life goals right away, I am all in to be good at it because I believe one day that knowledge will come in handy. I have really high exceptions for what I want to give back to the world and our environment.

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

I want to be able to help others understand better our environment. I want to create and come up with innovative ideas that will impact others lives. I want to share my passions and be able to get others feel the same as I do for our world And I want to be a voice, that works towards positive changes for our planet

Describe your dream job or career.

Definitely working for Tesla and being in the new inventions/creations department.

Tell us about your leadership experiences.

I used to be an Orientation Leader for new incoming Transfer Students and a Student Engagement Leader for new incoming International Students during my first year in college. I am currently a Student Assistant for the Orientation Office and I serve as a Senior Student Mentor for new Leaders on campus. I am also currently working on a Sustainable Company as a Lead Intern for the Mechanical Engineering team and we basically work into developing and creating new products that will be beneficial for the main product Just Grow has to offer.

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

I went to Iceland with no expectations. I thought it was going to be a great opportunity but it ended up being a life changing time, not only personally but also for what I want to do after college. My favorite part was getting myself out of my comfort zone, I went out there, just being the same little girl that grew up in Venezuela, loving our environment but not understanding it really. But I left, loving more than ever our nature, seeking for more beautiful places to go, with a set mind of what I want to do after graduation which is going to Grad School to study Power Energy and afterwards work for an amazing company to develop or create new designs that will help not only the people but also the environment.

Where and When would you go in a time machine? Why?

I would go to the 1770s to see how our world was. I'd love to see the cities, how they were not as populated as they are right now and all the nature most of them still had by that moment.

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