I'm a bilingual multimedia journalist for KWCH 12 Eyewitness News  and Noticias Univision Kansas in Wichita.

I recently moved to the sunflower state from Phoenix, Arizona where I graduated from the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication with a focus on Broadcast media and a Certificate in Special Event Management.

During my educational years, I had the opportunity to explore various media roles such as on-air reporting for Enlace 1190AM and The Blaze 1330FM, anchor spanish newscast "Cronkite News en Español", hosting "Su Vida" and report for the schools' newspaper "The State Press". 

Going back to my growing up years in the small town of Columbus, NM, I easily learned there were a great deal of things I wanted to explore and pursue outside of my dirt-road surrounding.  Coming from a small town has pushed me to stay focused on what and where I want to be in life and to always stay focused on my goals. 

By graduating high school and moving to Arizona at age 16 on my own, I quickly learned to be independent and understand the sacrifices it takes to reach my goals.  

While in Phoenix I undertook many roles, from a Service Manager at McDonalds to a Wells Fargo teller, from attending modeling and acting school to being a vihuela player for Mariachi Rubor; all while being a full-time student. I like learning new things and dedicate my all to anything I sets my mind to.