I was born in Valencia, Venezuela. I have a bachelor’s degree in law from Universidad de Carabobo (Venezuela) and a Specialization and master’s degree in labor law from Universidad Católica Andrés Bello (Venezuela). I have worked teaching adults at University of Carabobo (Venezuela), teaching children at Laboratorio de Idiomas de la Universidad de Carabobo (Venezuela) and I worked with children at Greengates School in México. And I was a volunteer at Farmland Elementary School (Rockville – Maryland) during the 2017-2018 school year.
I ended my career as a lawyer to dedicate myself to caring for my eldest son who was diagnosed with Asperger Syndrome and I studied Interventions on Asperger Syndrome at Clínica Mexicana de Autismo y Alteraciones del Desarrollo (México). Since then, I have been immersed in the Early Childhood Education field, deciding to study at Montgomery College, where I completed the 90 hours of Child Growth and Development and took a number of courses to best serve the children in my care. This year, I got my Infant-Toddler bilingual Child Development Associate National Credential from the Council for Professional Recognition.
I am married and I have two sons, 10 and 13 years old and a toy poodle. I have lived with my family in four countries, Venezuela, Perú, México and we moved to the United States in the summer of 2017. In my free time, I love to play with my kids, watch movies, listen to music, read and exercise.