I am currently pursuing a JD at Yale Law School. At Yale, I work in the Office of Admissions as a Diversity Representative and am heavily involved in activities that make Yale a great place for incoming students. I served as a Dean’s Advisor and am on the Black Law Student Association board, to name a few. Prior to attending Yale, I studied Criminology and Psychology at the University of Florida. Most recently before Yale, I was selected as the Autry Fellow and worked on creating more equitable outcomes for low-income communities in the South.
During my undergraduate time, I taught over five college classes and after graduating, I went into education full-time. I was a fourth-grade teacher for bilingual students through Teach For America and loved helping students achieve their best. For years, I have been helping friends and strangers alike achieve their best when it comes to top graduate program admissions.
In the few precious moments of free time I have, I enjoy traveling outside of the United States, dancing Latin music, and watching documentaries. I particularly enjoy engaging with my Dominican culture, be it through dance, food, or speaking in Spanish.