Kwitter Clone was a project that was fun to recreate. I precisely had the scrum master's role, ensuring everyone had everything they need to be excellent! I was also a developer to participate in working on React for the first time; it was fantastic to see everyone participating in working as a team. I developed the settings, user's page, and developed components to create a user name, user form, and like button.
My greatest life lesson came from my mother and how she treated others. She worked full- time, raised a family, and supported her husband and still seized every opportunity to help others. My mom had an incredible work ethic and seemed tireless. I rarely recall her sitting down, but she always made the time to help others or volunteer. When I began my career, I quickly realized why my mother valued helping others—it brings tremendous fulfillment!
Facilitating customers, clients, and team members' successes have provided me with the most professional fulfillment, which is where my professional passion lives. For the curious, I transitioned from the Human Resources Arena. I continue to value empathy, compassion, diversity, communication, and curiosity. I recently received my certificate of Full Stack Engineering from Kenzie Academy in Indianapolis, Indiana.
My passion is unearthed in creating content that disrupts an industry while learning about what users find value in and use them to achieve those requirements. My experiences in government, automotive, IT consulting, and utilities have allowed me to enjoy leveraging the playing field by knowing what and how businesses work. I want to find a full stack position at a company where I can build a team from the ground up that shares the same values. I am passionate about helping people create lasting friendships; that is why I would love to work for an EdTech company.
I love music, food, singing, dancing, traveling, cruising, and spending time with my friends & family.
My Life Through Pictures
I'm a story-teller, leader, creator, and customer-centric.