Since I was always working with the web and development team for our e-commerce site I was able to develop the language to talk to developers and learn more about tech.
Even though I love what I do, I think it’s wrong to glorify startup life. Entrepreneurship is not for everyone and it is ok to come to the conclusion for yourself and career that you are not an entrepreneur.
When I got into my third year of college, I had to put a hold on my education and become a single mom of twins. I didn’t have a support system and I didn’t know a lot of women in STEM.
Lunchclub is a platform that makes mutually relevant in-real-life professional connections.
I was five years old when I was asked what I wanted to be when I grew up and my answer was ‘to help people on the planet.’
I remember my male classmates being very vocal during my college years by raising their hands to answer or ask questions. I was a lot quieter because I thought I didn’t understand the material enough…
I grew up in an undeserved community in New Mexico and from a very young age, I wanted to be informed of what was going on around me.
That experience prompted me to change course from a graduate degree in Chemistry to Law school and I ended up getting my J.D. from the McGeorge School of Law.