I was born and raised in Arlington, TX where my love for math and the sciences grew. I was involved in a scholarship program (Richard Greene Scholarship Program) where I took part in internships pertaining to Life sciences, Business, Engineering, and technology. I went on to pursue a degree in Aerospace Engineering. I was involved in multiple research programs pertaining to projects developing Augmented Reality tools for breast reconstruction surgery under the Biomedical Engineering department at The University of Texas at Austin. Towards the later part of my studies, I began to be involved in various mentorship programs that developed and encouraged STEM fundamentals into high school students and early elementary school kids. I currently work as a Aeronautical Design Engineer at Lockheed Martin for the F-35 Canopy and Mechanism Systems.