A brief timeline
Graduated high school and started college at the University of Wisconsin–Madison
(If you’re wondering about everything before 2015, it’s just a lot of middle school/high school cringe and will bore you to death.)
Studied abroad at La Universidad Complutense de Madrid
I spent seven months in Madrid, Spain studying, traveling, and absorbing as much Spanish culture and language as I could. I’m sure you’ll be able to pick up on this, but Spain is ingrained in me, and my time spent abroad is one of the most important times in my life that has molded my worldview.
Graduated from the University of Wisconsin–Madison (Go Badgers!) where I received my B.A. in both Communication Arts and Spanish
Started working full time as the web and content migration editor at UW’s Department of Chemistry
The world fell apart…
But I also moved back to Madrid, Spain to work as an Auxiliar with the Spanish Ministry of Education
But who are you outside of work?
Mostly, I am a dog-loving, trivia enthusiast who spends too much time watching movies/TV series. I wouldn’t say I’m necessarily a cinephile. I mean, you won’t catch me writing movie reviews in my free time, but I do love film and TV. I find it to be one of the most interesting forms of art.
Also, I’m trying to cram multiple languages into my brain while I’m somewhat young. As you would assume, English is my native language, but I also speak Spanish more or less fluently, and dabble in French. Plus, I would consider myself a globetrotter – not the basketball kind, the world-traveling kind – though, I haven’t even scratched the surface of my travel list (which miss Corona is not helping with).
Well, now that you know more about me than most of my relatives, feel free to browse around my site!