Since September 2016, I am a registered volunteer for Marine Mammal strandings in New Zealand. You can learn more about Project Jonah here: Project Jonah – Marine Mammal…
I was a program participant with a full scholarship. The aim is to positively benefit a billion people within 10 years.
I was part of IAE11 this March. I recorded a Higher Education Podcast series of the experience which included living 10 days in Antarctica.
I specialized in Social Media and Podcasting thanks to my experience on study abroad on a cruise ship.
Through an Institute for International Education grant of $10,000 and the support of The Scholar Ship Office of the President, I have been able to attend this multi-country study abroad program that took me to Greece, Portugal, Panama, Ecuador, French Polynesia, New Zealand, Australia and China.
My seven years at Western during my Bachelor and Master’s I heavily invested in my passion: interconnecting people. I focused in international work and we did wonderful things.
I graduated with honors from the Office of the President with a triple minor in Manufacturing Engineering Technology (Mechanical Design), Mathematics and German.
Through the DAAD, I attended “High Tech In Old Munich”: A language, culture and science summer program that included visits to companies in Munich and the surrounding area.