What first got you interested in your field of choice?

My time visited my sibling in the NICU, talked and saw what the neonatologist can do with a newborn spiked my interested in the medical field.

What type of obstacles have you had to overcome on the road to getting your education?

During high school, I lived with my parents and other relatives, and there were constant arguing between the relatives and things that they said about me made me wanted to drop out of school. Then, during 2nd year at CSUSB, I was diagnosed with lupus and stage 4 kidney disease; I did not have the energy, nor was I ready to continue school.

How did you know that KGI was the right school for you?

I need to help my parents and sibling with doctor appointments and other errands. I need school to be close so I can manage my schedule, and KGI has that; also, the program I was interested in offered asynchronous, which helped tremendously with my schedule.

Why did you want to become an Admissions Ambassador?

Since my program is fully asynchronous, I want to meet students from other programs and work with them, learn, and network. This is also an opportunity for me to improve myself in public speaking and connect to people.

What is one fun and interesting fact about you?

? I am a volunteer to teach a crochet class at the Senior Center in Upland