My road in life has taken me all over.
I began with Internships at 14 in Administrative Functions and learned to work with Computers.
I began a Career in the Legal field, aiming to become a Lawyer. Still working with Computers.
Moving to a new Country changed Goals and I decided to pursue the Finance field.
I began to pursue College Studies in Accounting and also Programming.
Temporary Services placement as HR Manager taught me that People are more important than Numbers.
I learned Technical Roles in Production and learned I enjoyed Technology as much as People.
I entered my first official Engineering program and excelled. I was the only Woman in the Program.
I pursued my first Technical Position as Electronics Technician for the Phone Company 15 years ago.


Professional Network Design Engineer

Manage Enterprise Network for Data / Voice / Video Connectivity and Collaborate with Technical Groups.

Career Roadmap

My work combines:
My work combines:
Working with Others

Day to Day

I verify Designs and get them Clarified / Corrected / Adjusted before identifying needed Resources (Technical, Information, Supplies, People). I review Technical Manuals and Equipment Specs. I contact Customers to address Project Expectations, Implementation plan and timeline, and Questions. I collaborate with Technical Contacts on required Supplies / Equipment, Work requirements, and Questions and Concerns. I order Supplies and Equipment, register Technical Details, and Request Resource Assignments.

Advice for Getting Started

Here's the first step for middle school students

Talk to Professionals in your area, Job Shadow and ask Questions about Technical Entry programs for Network and Technology Intro. Talk to Advisors (School and College) to help find programs. Find like-minded Students and YouTube videos about Network and Technology. Learn terms / concepts and find out what interests you. Prepare for a Technical College program, a Certification program and Internships for early Experience. If you enjoy it, pursue an Entry job and then get the College degrees.

Recommended Education

My career is related to what I studied. I'd recommend the path I took:


The Noise I Shed

From Society in General:

"Nothing. If there was noise, I tuned it out. I focused on my studies and my path. I was a certified Network Professional when I heard: 'You seem smart, maybe you can learn about Technology.' The noise was unintended, but Stereotyped me by my Gender."

Challenges I Overcame

First-Generation Immigrant
First-Generation College Student