Currently have a Bachelor's degree in International Relations and Economics. I have done extensive traveling working with women and children in Nicaragua, Vietnam, Cuba, China Cambodia, Singapore and lastly the United States. Raising awareness for economic profit for widows and introducing art to the children varying from painting, theater, dance and spoken word.
My first internship was with Chica Luna Production. A production company based in Harlem that provides women with grants to make films that otherwise wouldn't have the opportunity to have their voices heard due to lack of resources in inner cities.
I have been doing theater work since the age of 7, have wrote and directed a play about teenage pregnancy. Ran an ad campaign against domestic violence and presented a case study on women's right at the United Nations where Kofi Annan awarded for my humanitarian lifestyle.
I speak Spanish, Arabic, and French fluently while am learning Mandarin and Vietnamese.
At the age of 21 I have been in over twenty-five pieces of theatre and have been the lead role in more than half of them. I love to believe that my audience is as engaged in my character and our work as an ensemble as we are. All theatre works have a purpose and if the audience leaves thinking of their life in a different way or finding a relatable character in the stage piece our work as actors was shown.
Unique traits: Speak five languages,strong background in grant-writing, public speaking, extremely approachable, amicable, and the ability to easily imitate any accent.
Human Trafficking, Will You Be Silent?
Dance by Connecticut College Dancer/Model
Theater by Connecticut College Theater Department Chebutykin
I-Nite Dance Show
Dance by Connecticut College Afro-Caribbean Dance
Women that Inspire
Documentary by S.I.S.T.E.R Program Actor
Raisin in the Sun
Students Against Domestic Violence
Print by United Nations Actor
Nelson Mandela Award for political recognition
Kofi Annan Award for Leadership and Commitment to Global Problems