What did you study, year of graduation, and in which university?
Architecture, 2016, UNAN-Managua

What is your current job?
I work independently as an Architect as a designer and supervisor, and part-time as Development Coordinator at BPP, an NGO that teaches English and elective classes to the children of my community.

What are your dreams?
To have my own Architectural Development studio or team and speak English fluently.

Are you doing any volunteer service currently?
I dedicate part of my free time to environmental and reforestation activities that are organized in my community.
What is the most important thing you learned during your time with FAJB?
The most important thing I learned was the meaning of commitment, responsibility, and gratitude. The fact of having a scholarship made me set a goal of striving to achieve my dream of being an architect. In addition I am very grateful to all the Fundación staff, to Mrs. Jean
Brugger for being the founder of this scholarship program that has benefited many young people from my community, and especially to my sponsor Melanie Hamilton, who was not only my
sponsor, but my friend and who I consider part of my family.
A very important of my scholarship was participating in social service activities. I really enjoyed
participate in the Ancianos program. I learned to see the importance of consideration for the elderly.
How important is having a university title to achieving your goals?
Since I was little I wanted to be an architect. Having the opportunity to study that career was very important because that way I could achieve one of my goals and enjoy doing my
work, because I love what I do.
Are you married, do you have children?
I am married, I do not have children