In my years at Princeton, I’ve really learned what it means to find your passion: coming in as a chemistry major, I am currently a history major focused in 20th century American and colonial studies. I’m most comfortable teaching humanities, math, basic chemistry, and Italian. One of my favorite things about history is how essential communication is – to be able to teach and historicize an era requires a clear, structured way of writing. So, I’ve come to love writing, teaching writing, and literature (specifically poetry), though I do have a background in calculus and chemistry. At Princeton, I’ve become more attuned to my culture and identity, participating in various activism groups for Latinx and LGBT rights! During one summer, I went to Tanzania on a seminar to study neo-colonialism and governmental policy. I’m also an intern for the LGBT Taskforce in D.C focused on human rights policy work! I hope to go to law school and become a human rights lawyer.


Education: Princeton University
Undergrad Major: History
Other Degrees/Minors: American Studies, History and Practice of Diplomacy

High School:

Class Rank: 1
Awards & Honors: Valedictorian, National Merit Commended / Hispanic, National Council of Teachers of English Recognition for Writing Excellence, Congressional Recognition for Essay Writing Competition, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Medalist for Science and Engineering Excellence, National AP Scholar, various newspaper state writing awards
Interests & Activities: Quill & Scrolls Journalism Society (founder), The Lyceum Philosophy Club (VP), Mu Alpha Theta Math Honor Society (President), National Honor Society (Treasurer), Publication "Equus" Literary Magazine (founder), school newspaper "The Chronicle" (editor-in-chief), equestrian care-taking.
SAT Scores: 740 Math, 720 Critical Reading, 800 Writing
AP Exams: 5 World History, 5 Psychology, 5 Statistics, 5 Calculus AB, 5 Calculus BC, 5 European History, 5 English Language, 5 English Literature, 4 U.S Government, 4 Microeconomics, 4 Chemistry, 4 American History
SAT Subject Tests: 730 Math Level 2, 800 Chemistry


Other Awards: Recipient of Princeton Civic Engagement Internship with Scholarship, Selected as part of an international program to study history in Tanzania
Location: Princeton

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