Friday, November 19, 2021


Like all LMU Loyola Law School students, I had a rich and diverse experience as an undergraduate. Before law school, I was involved in many student clubs and organizations. I was heavily involved in student government, and my focus was the promotion of diversity and student equality on campus. I have brought my love for diversity and retention work with me to Loyola as the Community Service Chair of La Raza de Loyola, and as an Admissions Student Ambassador. As a first-generation student, I wanted to get some experience in the legal field before I started law school. I spent my gap year as a legal assistant in a plaintiff’s-side employment firm. I enjoyed the hands-on experience I was able to have because it was a smaller firm.

In my spare time, I continue to expand my love for sociology and the human experience. I like to watch documentaries, movies, and browse online articles about different cultures and theories. I really feel that it has expanded my horizons and really served to help me understand others and will help me in my legal career and beyond. Since I am interested in family law and children’s rights, I feel it is important to explore the human experience so I can make future clients from all walks of life comfortable. I also enjoy collecting candles, thrifting, and spending time with my family.

As for my bucket list, I would love to take the opportunity to travel! I would love to visit my mother’s home country in Central America and explore the Caribbean. I would also love to get to see the Lakers courtside!