As a proud Los Angeles native, I received my B.S. in Electrical Engineering (with a Computer Engineering emphasis) at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA). Now I am earning my MBA at UCLA Anderson. I enjoy working with people and technology, especially utilizing them to bring change to a system.
I am familiar with a fast-paced environment to continuously deliver value. I am able to form key relationship with stakeholders and understand the landscape. From working in technology in a project & product capacity, I have gained a deep breadth of knowledge. These have allowed me to provide data and human-centric recommendations to clients.
My goal is to help align clients with community values to drive change for social impact. I have walked that line to balance people and technology to create products to solve the right problems. I constantly think about communication and alignment because people are required for change. If you are interested in a chat or consulting services, please connect with me!
CORE VALUE #1 - COMMUNICATE
It’s 90% communication!
CORE VALUE #2 - COMMUNITY FOCUSED
I build community values. I stress resilience within the community. It’s important to invest in the leaders of tomorrow.
CORE VALUE #3 - CURIOSITY
I wonder and dream to innovate what’s around us to the next level. Intellectual curiosity doesn’t kill the cat; stagnation did.
CORE VALUE #4 - CAPTIVATE THE AUDIENCE
I want my work to tell a story. I want my actions to inspire. I want my personality to infect you.
CORE VALUE #5 - CHEERING FOR OTHERS
Positive vibes and smiles. Empowering success my own way.
For "a group who creates a culture based on trust; possesses charisma, knowledge and emotional intelligence to mentor others; imparts knowledge to co-workers enabling them to perform at a higher level".
For those "who have made outstanding contributions to student welfare through participation in extracurricular activities and who have given outstanding service to the campus community."
As President of the IEEE Student Branch at UCLA, my chapter was presented this award as "a group which represents the IEEE and encourages participation in extracurricular activities that further the development of the students as future engineers."
As President of the IEEE Student Branch at UCLA, my chapter was presented this award as "an organization that has distinguished itself in delivering quality services to its student members, and made a significant contribution to the advancement of the UCLA Engineering community."