My road in life has taken me all over.
Giving birth to my daughter.
Going to school and working two jobs knowing that it would lead to better things for my life.
Moving out of my house at 18 years old and supporting myself.
Growing up with a lot of friends who all supported one another's dreams.
My first volunteer opportunity with Habitat for Humanity watching the veterans being so humble.
Growing up in a rough neighborhood and learning from the streets who people really are.
Being the first in my family to complete school.
Being a single mom and having to balance and struggle all the responsibilities on my own.


Vice President , Banking Center Mgr II

Help others reach their goals one dream at a time.

Career Roadmap

My work combines:
My work combines:
Non-Profit Organizations
Teaching / Mentoring

Day to Day

They would see a constant juggling of priorities that directly connects with the needs of our customers and associates. They would be inspired to learn how we help out our community through constant education and simple conversations. They would learn how to conduct meetings and inspire and motivate others through beliefs and compassion, teaching them how to connect to the environment that we service and tying it back to the simplest of others needs.

Advice for Getting Started

Here's the first step for college students

The most important component of pursuing any career is first to understand who you are as an individual. What does your brand look like and what do you want to be known for. We all think we know what we want, however, taking a variety of courses and volunteering and attaching yourself to the community will give you a broader prospective on what you can do. Not settling for the obvious and looking for what truly brings you "AAHHH" when you are performing that work, will lead to success.

Recommended Education

My career is not related to what I studied. I'd recommend this path instead:



The Noise I Shed

"You can't work, who is going to stay home and watch your baby?"

Challenges I Overcame

First-Generation College Student