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Rutgers University (BA)

​2017 – 2020


For my undergraduate education, I majored in Communication and double-minored in Creative Writing and Education. I made the Dean's List every semester. I graduated with Departmental Honors and Summa cum laude. I created various digital media projects exploring narrative in multimedia form, and I regularly participated in independent research projects throughout my undergraduate studies. You can find samples of my projects and papers by going to the PROJECTS page of my website.  



Rutgers University (MA, MCM)

​2020 – 2021


​I will be graduating with a Master's in Communication and Media with a specialization in Digital Media.

Adobe Audition

Adobe After Effects

Adobe Illustrator

Adobe Premiere Pro


Copy editing

Creative Writing


Digital Media Publishing

Intercultural Communication

Native Spanish

Project Management

Public Speaking

Team leading



Lead Tutor

Sep. 2018 – present, Plangere Writing Center


  • Tutored college students from beginner to advanced writing levels.

  • Checked for word choice, sentence structure, & argument development

  • Encouraged development of a student's writing process through discussion and writing practice

  • Organized in-person & online workspaces to ensure students were safe, comfortable and focused on writing

  • Cooperated with our sister tutoring departments to facilitate a new writing center that supported students throughout the transition to online classes 

Native English Speaker

Native Spanish Speaker

Beginner Japanese Speaker

Lab Consultant

May 2019 – Dec. 2020, The Office of Information Technology


  • Troubleshooted technological services university-wide throughout NJ state.

  • Maintained efficient tech & device service via team management, customer support, & routine checks of connection services.

  • Monitored lab computers, printing systems, phones, and front desk to ensure safe and appropriate customer service provided to all users.

  • Mentored incoming employees on tech support procedures. 

  • Advanced in training every three months, gaining two promotions in just under two years

Associate Editor

Sep. 2020 – Dec. 2020, Dialogues@RU


  • Copy edited student research papers.

  • Maintained journal standards for quality of sources and substantive arguments for each research paper edited

  • Checked for word choice, sentence structure, adherence to citation style, & cohesion, consistency, and argument development

  • Communicated regularly with authors during re-writing to ensure deadlines were met.

  • Led a team of editors, instructing them on how to manage editing papers by deadlines, and increased the efficiency of their copy editing  as a whole.



Copy Editor

Aug. 2020 – Sep. 2020, Left to Their Own Devices


  • Edited & reviewed short articles about research conducted on the experience of college students during the transition to online classes.

  • Wrote and published my own opinion-piece on the same research data.

  • Interviewed by Chronicle about the article and my own experiences with transitioning to online classes.

  • Presented about the interview, my experiences, and my suggestions moving forward with online learning at a round table panel webinar hosted by Chronicle. 



Website Manager

​Jun. 2020 – Sep. 2020, The Digital Decameron


  • Copy edited student creative writing. 

  • Checked for grammar adherence and consistent themes

  • Edited & posted the work to a website under my professor's guidance.

  • Designed and uploaded title pages for the pieces missing title covers.

  • Advised strategies on making the website more efficient, effective, and attractive to visitors.

President (volunteer)

May 2019 – May 2020, Rutgers Creative Writing Club, Rutgers University

  • Led weekly meetings & skills-based writing workshops

  • Developed two new programs that increased member retention by 20% & increased interest executive board elections

  • Expanded curriculum & constitution documents during the online transition to facilitate a safe and equitable learning experience for members

Treasurer (volunteer)

Sep. 2018 – May 2019, Rutgers Creative Writing Club, Rutgers University

  • Led marketing campaign to increase membership by 25%

  • Organized outdoor events and trips for members

  • Maintained organization ledgers on Excel & Google Sheets

  • Drafted budget proposals to get semesterly grants of $765

Course Assistant

​Jan. 2020 – May 2020, Writing After the End of the World


  • Primarily led the online portion of the course by routinely inviting student participation with discussion questions and class forums. 

  • Assisted the professor with daily lecture tasks, such as tracking attendance and managerial paperwork.

  • Co-managed & redesigned the course for remote instruction by advising methods for student participation in discussion forums 

  • Moderated chats during lectures and facilitated conversational turn exchanges. 

SAS Peer Influencer

Apr. 2019 – May 2020, Rutgers University School of Arts and Sciences


  • Cooperated with 15 - 20 peers to maintain order, structure, and safety throughout marketing events.

  • Advised incoming freshman on class selection and college experience

  • Maintained brand & presence of RUSAS on social media and networking events

  • Participated in focus groups to target & improve marketing messages 

SAS EOF Resident Mentor

​Jun. – Jul. 2019, Rutgers University SAS Education Opportunity Fund

  • Trained in university policies to ensure physical and emotional safety of minors and non-minors

  • Directed educational extracurricular programs on career development and academic success

  • Asserted policy regulations and reprimanded policy violations

  • Instructed incoming minority freshman students on how to maintain a successful college career

Extern & Assistant Teacher

​May 2019, Rutgers Psychology Child Development Center

  • Co-managed and ensured safety of 3 & 4 year olds in separate classes of 25 students

  • Adapted to fast-paced and demanding environment with minimal training

  • Assisted in teaching students basic skills like telling time and weather, reading books, and more

Volunteer Coordinator Intern

​Jan. – Jun. 2015, 826NYC

  • Tutored elementary students from ages 6 - 13

  • Developed daily prompts and activities for entire group

  • Personally translated and educated two bilingual students, assisting with homework and designing individualized tasks to encourage English language acquisition

Assistant Manager

​2015, Greendot BK 1

  • Maintained inventory stock and budget ledgers for franchise location

  • Trained and managed interns and other employees

  • Coordinated, negotiated, and scheduled meetings with potential clients for the head manager

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