About me...


I was born in Tamaulipas, Mexico, a border state to Texas. Although I spent majority of my childhood in my natal country, my family decided to immigrate to the United States in search of better financial opportunities. Entering a country whose language I didn’t know was frightening, but I was blessed to reside in the border town of Brownsville, Texas. In Brownsville, majority of residents speak Spanish which vastly helped me adapt and learn the culture of the United States. After receiving our Permanent Resident Cards, my family prepared arduously until becoming citizens in 2019.

In Mexico, I was a standout student but moving to a different country changed everything. My grades dropped due to me being unable to understand English, which greatly affected my confidence. Despite of this, I began to challenge myself academically by taking advanced classes until graduating as valedictorian of my high school class. I decided to further my education at Texas A&M University in College Station, Texas pursuing an Electrical Engineering degree.

I consider myself a happy person with a positive attitude up to any challenge. I am aware that my life story is one that many others experience, some with many more obstacles, but I like to celebrate all my feats while at the same time pushing the bar up higher for myself. I am forever in debt with my family for opening the door of opportunity by leaving everything behind and starting a new life in the United States and everything I do thereafter is to pay them back

I love learning new things and I consider myself a fast learner. When I don’t know how to solve something myself, I use the resources available to me to get an answer. The way the world works always intrigues me, so I will often find videos on the technology and concepts that make different electronics work. Furthermore, I consider myself hardworking, often working until my tasks are not only completed but surpassing the expectations.

In my spare time, I enjoy spending time with my friends and family watching tv, playing board/card games, or just simply enjoying their presence through conversation. I thoroughly enjoy soccer, often keeping up with multiple leagues worldwide. In addition, I am a big fan of music, often being open to listening to any genre of music. I come from a family with strong religious background which helped me spiritually, even helping as a religious mentor. When I am not doing any of the above, I like to think of jokes/ memes to create for my followers to share a laugh.

I am an involved member of the Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers, SHPE for short. I have met some of my greatest friends there and grown holistically. Through workshops, meetings, volunteer and social events, I have developed my leadership and networking skills as well as providing a break from the busy life of a college students. Currently I serve as the Personal Website Lead, where I guide members towards the creation of their website with HTML, CSS and Bootstrap. I want to give back to the organization that gave so much to me.

  • U.S.A Immigration

    January 2010

    Immigrated to the United States from Mexico in search of the American Dream

  • National Hispanic Recognition Program Scholar

    February 2017

    Recipient for academic excellence, scoring in the top 2.5% of all Hispanics in the nation on the PSAT

  • High School Graduation

    May 2018

    Graduated as NHS president and valedictorian with a 4.75 GPA, varsity soccer defender and multiple UIL Accounting recognitions

  • Texas A&M University

    August 2018

    Enrolled at Texas A&M to pursue an Electrical Engineering degree funded through grants, scholarships and work-study

  • Hispanic Scholarship Fund Scholar

    June 2019

    Recipient for outstanding leadership, academic excellence, and service throughout the community

  • Personal Website

    June 2020

    Developed a personal website to showcase my profile in depth as part of my duties as the Personal Website Lead for the Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers

  • Hispanic Scholarship Fund Scholar

    June 2021

    Recipient for outstanding leadership, academic excellence, and service throughout the community

  • SEC Directed Internship

    July 2021

    Selected to participate in an internship where we created a smart showerhead that could save water and money