University of Florida
Digital Arts and Science, Bachelor of Science
Graduating May 2021
GPA: 3.43/4.00
Relevant Coursework: Programming Fundamentals 1 and 2, Discrete Structures, Data Structures, Intro to Computer-Aided Modeling, Intro to Digital Arts and Science, Virtual Reality, Intro to Software Engineering,  Perceptual Drawing.
Current Coursework: Theory and Practice of Multimedia Production, Interactive Modeling and Animation, Introduction to Computer-Aided Animation, Programming Language Concepts, Principles of Interaction and Usability
Technical Skills

C# (Competent)

Java (Competent)

C++ (Intermediate)

Python (Beginner)

JavaScript (Beginner)

STEM Summer Camp Assistant Counselor
Girl Scouts of West Central Florida

May 2019-Jun. 2019


  • Communicated effectively with lead counselors to understand expectations and activities.

  • Collaborated with other counselors to ensure safety and best experience for the girls.

  • Constructed engaging STEM-related activities tailored to different age groups.

  • Educated a group of 7-12 girls every day on different aspects of STEM through problem-solving activities.


Engineering Professional Intern
The Walt Disney Company

Jan. 2019-Jun. 2019


  • Interfaced 3D models with a ride simulation by writing and debugging C# scripts.

  • Converted high-poly Building Information Modeling (BIM) models to low-poly game-ready models.

  • Created game-ready models with accurate measurements from documentation.

  • Optimized Unity performance by implementing light baking and occlusion culling. 

  • Participated in Agile design process, executed user testing sessions, and had biweekly meetings with customer.​

Unity  (Game Engine)

Blender (3D Software)





HTC Vive



Spanish (Fluent)

Girls Who Code

​Aug 2019 - present


  • Supervised and taught 6-10 girls every week by adapting lesson plans to fit students’ skill levels.

  • Customized lesson plans by showing videos, adding engaging activates, and editing tutorials.

  • Coached girls while they used Python and Scratch to learn the fundamentals of programming.

Vice President of Marketing Affairs
Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers (SHPE)

Apr. 2017-May 2018

  • Directed team of 10 individuals to maximize publicity of the organization’s mission, events, and services.

  • Advertised organization and its events by creating virtual flyers and constantly posting on social media.

  • Promoted organization on campus by handing out flyers and speaking to people at university events.

  • Supervised a budget of $1500 allocated to the marketing efforts of more than 20 SHPE events.

  • Collaborated with 8 different cabinets to improve participation in all organization events.

Marketing Director for Goals for Tomorrow
Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers (SHPE)

Dec. 2016-Mar. 2017

  • Collaborated with Goals for Tomorrow team to organize the Goals for Tomorrow Soccer Tournament and fundraise $4000 for 3 freshmen scholarships.

  • Created persuasive flyers, announcements, and social media content to increase event attendance.

  • Coordinated with 25 volunteers and 16 campus organizations to host daily marketing events on campus throughout the 4 weeks prior to event.

  • Raised $1000 for scholarships by recruiting 150 attendees to participate in the event via marketing events.