Throughout my life, I've lived in 3 countries: Canada, Guatemala (4 years) and Peru (7 years), allowing myself to see the world through the eyes of a Third Culture Kid.
I am passionate about trying new things and exploring new passions! Continue scrolling to see my past projects and interests.
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The deep dive was an Innovation Academy photo exhibition, "Spectrum" where dug deep into the devastating issue of illegal mining in Lima.
The IA cohort worked together to create and publish our magazine, Switch. The purpose was to allow people to see the world with new eyes.
One of my passions is attending hackathons, where I've attented. At these events you work collaboratively to code a project.
I enjoy combining leadership and art in order to create murals. So far, I've designed and help paint two murals: one in the outskits of Cajamarca and one in the FDR community.
TSA, Technology Student Association, is a club where we promote passions for technology within the community. One project I've helped with is the tech at FDR MUN.
Yellowknife Montessori School (NT - Pre-K)
Colegio Maya, American International School of Guatemala (Kinder-Grade 3)
Colegio Franklin Delano Roosevelt, American International School of Lima (Grade 4-Grade 10: currently)
PYP (Primary Years Program)
MYP (Middle Years Program) - IB International Baccalaureate
IA (Roosevelt Innovation Academy Program)
Throughout my student life, I've explored and allowed myself to delve into various passions. Below are some things that I enjoy doing and have made an impact on myself as a person.
Teleclone was a fun project we developed as part of a hackathon where the user would send a text via SMS and the message would appear in Facebook messenger.
A creative project that I helped work on was the rebranding of Tally Ho Inn Resort, a family owned hotel on the shores of Penn lake in Canada.
UofT Food was a project I helped create at a hackathon where we created a prototype that would map areas where students could eat on the University of Toronto campus in Ontario, Canada.
This is the logo I developed for Wairhouse, a project we developed in a Global AI hackathon.
Food waste is an immense problem because, according to the U.N., roughly one-third of all food produced for human consumption goes to waste. We were inspired to develop our project because even in Canada alone, it is estimated that $31 billion worth of food end up in landfills.