I am a writer.
I grew up in Oakland, California, and used the power of pen and paper to keep myself busy. At the time, I did not know the power I possessed.
A few years after I graduated high school, at the age of 20, I joined the California Army National Guard and proudly served for nine years. My service inspired me to pursue my academic goals and nurture my skills as a writer.
In 2016, I graduated from Chabot College with an Associates's in English, got accepted into Clark Atlanta University, and was Honorably Discharged from the Army.
While attending CAU in the historic Atlanta University Center, I quickly realized that Mass Media Arts was my intended path as a writer. I learned how to expand my writing into the realms of journalism, television, and film.
In May 2020, during the COVID-19 pandemic, I graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Mass Media Arts and a minor in English (Magna Cum Laude). Upon graduation, I was accepted into graduate school at the University of Georgia, where I am currently pursuing my Masters of Fine Arts in Narrative Media Writing.
From there, I intend to continue my education and produce, write, and direct for television and film.
My greatest accomplishment thus far is being a mother.