Q: Tell us a bit about yourself.

When I’m not at school, working or volunteering, I’m at the gym because fitness is important to me. I love hanging out with my friends, and my two dogs: Carlos and Maui. I used to compete in high-level gymnastics but retired last year.

Q: Why do you want to participate in the Shad program/ What are you most looking forward to?

The Shad program is still new to me, but I am looking forward to stepping out of my comfort zone and learning in a university environment. I am excited to learn new ways to apply this hands-on learning in my everyday life. I’m also excited to meet people to share different views and ways to solve different problems.

Q: What motivates or sparks your curiosity in STEAM and/or entrepreneurship?   

What sparks my curiosity in STEAM is that it is based in traditional math and science but is geared toward the future using technology and new ways of creative thinking.

Q: How do you envision your future?

I envision my future being in university in an engineering or architecture program, using what I have learned in the Shad program. After university, I would like to be in the architecture field, being involved in exciting projects. 

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