​What did you study, year of graduation, and in which university?
Law, 2006, Upoli-Rivas

What is your current job?
I practice my profession as a lawyer and notary public, I have my own law firm with two colleagues.

What are your dreams?
I would like to publish a book with all my works of Art.

Are you doing any volunteer service currently?
Apart from being a member of the Board of Directors of Fundación A. Jean Brugger, I have always been doing social service directly and indirectly in the community, always as a volunteer, only with the desire to support.
With my profession I have provided free legal advice to many people in my office. As a member of the municipal government since 2013, I have approved various community projects that have benefited the population of San Juan del Sur, I have also had the opportunity to work with Mil Colores, at the Annual Art Fair and other events to promote local art. I am a collaborator of a company that works in the empowerment of women; I am in charge of the database, doing the advertising design and the campaigns of potential prospects.
In the past I belonged to the Nicaraguan Community Movement and to the Community Association for Environmental Protection, where the great motivator for the kids at that time was Fidel Pavón, with the projects of water filters, ecological kitchens, drinking water projects, sanitary service, among others. It has been a great experience.
How did the Fundación scholarship impact your life?
It was a wonderful experience to have the scholarship, I will never forget it. At the time I was only thinking about the university and not about the difficulties to be able to go. Above all it gave me the ability to meet new students, to have new experiences, and to work as a team in all the projects that were done. Sometimes there was a lot of work to do, but it was also a lot of fun, everything was reciprocal.
What is the most important thing you learned during your time with FAJB?
I learned to be a humanist, in the society in which we live, because previously social work did not attract my attention, when they called me to a meeting in my neighborhood I would rather hide because I did not like that. While at the Fundación I began to participate actively and in community and environmental social organizations.
How important is having a university title to achieving your goals?
It is important because it is a ticket; education raises your knowledge, transforms you in all aspects of your life, but you always have to be humble.
Are you married, do you have children?
In a relationship, currently without children.