2014: Started Dev Bootcamp in San Francisco. After taking a few GirlDevelopIt workshops, I realized I wanted to turn a hobby until a fulfilling career. At DevBootcamp, I learned how to pair, code in different languages, frameworks, and technologies, and lastly, not push to master.
2013: Relocated to San Francisco as a Career Services Advisor. In addition to preparing students for the job search process through workshops, one-on-one appointments, and daily student correspondence, I was also responsible for Bay Area Medical Academy's social media and design work for advertisement, site landing page, workshop flyers, and program brochures.
2012: Moved to Brazil to teach English. Spent a year and half teaching English to a diverse range of students, from CEOs of international companies to Japanese expats to children. Ate a lot of pão de queijo.
2011: Certified and Hired as an English Teacher. Upon completing a teacher-training immersive program at San Diego State University, I was hired to co-lead a 10-week program for high school graduates from Oman.
2010: Worked as a Job Coach for People with Disabilities. Working for a non-profit organization that developed programs for people with developmental disabilities, I trained and supervised at job sites, in addition to teaching life-independence skills, such as managing their finances.
2009: Graduated from UC San Diego with Management Science degree. "Quantitative major in applied economics with a management focus." Basically, I could take any day-to-day event and convert it into a math formula.