I was born in Mexico and lived there until the age of seven. I have been in California ever since and have lived most of my life in Monterey County. In 2017 I moved to San Francisco to finish my B.A. in Psychology from San Francisco State University.
My journey into the library world started when I got a job working as the Homework Center Coordinator for the Gonzales branch of the Monterey County Free Libraries. Working at MCFL gave me the opportunity to move into access services as a Library Assistant at their Seaside branch. From there I made my way up to San Francisco and got a job working at the Academy of Art Library. I started working at USF's Gleeson Library in September of 2018 as the new Stacks Coordinator.
In my free time I enjoy hiking and exploring national and state parks. I am also into landscape photography, roadtrips, and traveling.