There was once a little girl in San Francisco
I grew up in the quiet neighborhood of the Outer Richmond district. After 13 years in public schools, I attended Stanford University studying how people's bodies work and how we generate, convey, and process information.
I sought to become a professional ballerina until an injury forced me to seek dancing opportunities of a much smaller scale. I competed in my first pageant when I was 15, earning scholarships and forming key friendships that have opened doors to key learnings and bottomless curiosity.
I have a little sister 2.5 years younger. She goes to UC Berkeley and is interning this summer at Square.
My favorite topics to peruse are fashion, technology, and health. I enjoy traveling, learning, and laughing hard.
I believe we live in a time machine, where every day we possess the power to change our future.