Social Entrepreneur, Undergraduate Student, Avid Biker.
I am an aspiring social entrepreneur and business executive, with the shorter term goal of becoming a management consultant. I am a rising junior at Georgetown University, where I am majoring in Business and Global Affairs and minoring in Computer Science and Chinese. Starting from high school, I built the nonprofit Robotics For All from the ground up, teaching its first classes and eventually expanding it into a nationwide 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that has reached thousands of students with both in-person and virtual classes. At Georgetown, I am involved in a variety of activities, including serving as Director of Tour Quality for Blue and Gray Tour Guide Association, Co-Director of Development for DCivitas Consulting, Project Manager for Georgetown Marketing Association and Computer Science Teacher's Assistant. Outside of Georgetown, I have interned as a marketing, business development or sales intern for many companies. In my free time, I am an avid aviation geek, enjoy photography and recreational biking.
A mix of nonprofit, educational, and business roles have shaped my professional side, teaching me valuable leadership, communication, and technical skills.
Attending Georgetown, being a 2 time TEDx speaker, and serving as a legislative aide has given me invaluable experience in a variety of fields. This has helped me grow and will continue to do so on my lifelong journey.
The power of words.
Through speaking at TEDx events and being interviewed by media outlets I can express my passions to a larger audience. I have been able to increase the visibility of my non-profit, spread awareness of the importance of volunteerism and social entrepreneurship. Using my voice I hope to inspire others to take action and create change.