What is your hometown?
Where did you go to college and what did you major in?
UCLA; Political Science with a focus in International Relations
Tell us about your prior work experience
I attended the Military Intelligence Basic Officers Leaders Course to become an Intel Officer in the US Army during my gap year.
What is your favorite thing to do in New Haven?
I love going out to eat in New Haven! I also love working out, hosting, and reading, but not for school.
What is your favorite restaurant in New Haven?
I love the arepas at Rubamba!
What student groups, journals, and/or clinics have you been involved in?
I am in the Yale Law & Policy Review, Yale Journal of International Law, Capital Assistance Project, Temporary Restraining Order Project, and Haven Medical-Legal Partnerships. I also am in the Latinx Law Students Association, Asian Pacific American Law Students Association, Native American Law Students Association, Yale Law Vets, and the Women of Color Collective.
What has been your favorite class at YLS?
My favorite class has been my seminar with John Kerry at the Jackson Institute! I know it's not a law school class but there were four other law students in it and it was incredibly engaging.
What are your career aspirations?
I don't know what I want to do with my legal career yet. I hope to get litigation experience, find an area of the law I love, and have a fulfilling career.
What do you like most about working for the Admissions Office?
Working for Admissions has been wonderful because I love getting to know people who are coming to Yale, or considering coming to Yale, in such a close setting. I love answering calls from admitted students, talking with them, hearing their worries, and talking through any hesitancies they might have before choosing Yale.