I am a hardworking, passionate and innovative thinker invested in diverse mental health, public health, and sustainable development initiatives. I currently serve as Outreach and Strategic Partnership Coordinator, Executive Coaching Program Coordinator, and Legal Advocate for Access Youth & Immigration Services, one of the largest workforce and victim services agencies in San Diego, California. Through collaborative, trauma-informed and evidence-based practices, I provide avenues for holistic healing, system change, and economic empowerment of the most marginalized.
I graduated from Miss Porter's School, in Farmington, CT dedicated to educating girls on "Shaping a Changing World." I received a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology and Public Health from Santa Clara University.
I am also a Marriage, Couples, Family Therapy (MFT) graduate student at The Chicago School of Professional Psychology. I believe that mental health is public wealth thus dedicated to enhancing community through advocacy, awareness and innovation.