The importance of education has always been ingrained and valued in my family for as long as I can remember. It is the reason why my parents left everything and everyone they knew to immigrate to the United States in 1988 and the reason why my siblings and I are blessed to have the life that we today.
While most of my siblings went into the computer and mathematical fields in college, my heart was always drawn to share my time and knowledge with others. From my volunteer service with my church youth group, I began a deep passion in teaching and helping others succeed as my parents and so many educators have touched and helped me to graduate Baccalaureate from my Catholic high school, Magna Cum Laude with my Bachelor in Arts, and Master in the Art of Teaching at the age of 23. Eight years into teaching, and I am still very grateful of being able to do what I love everyday. I am even more grateful for all the people who have helped me to become the woman I am today, especially my wonderful parents.