I am residing in the Imperial Capital, the American City of Washington DC. I have been up to Capitol Hill, having worked in the office of Congressman Doug Lamborn (CO-05). I have worked in a political think-tank, interning on Immigration Isssues with the Hispanic Leadership Network, a part of the American Action Network.
I currently study National Security Affairs and Statecraft at the Institute of World Politics, emphasizing Public Diplomacy and Political Warfare. I previously studied and attained my Bachelor of Arts in Political Science, studying International Relations. I have studied Chinese treatment of the Uyghur minority, the nation and workings of the state of Bulgaria, and the domestic and foreign actions of Theodore Roosevelt.
I attended AMUN, or the American Model United Nations in Chicago, in Fall of 2012. I participated in the 4th Committee, which was the Special Political and Decolonization Committee. I represented Uruguay and dealt with other representatives on the issues of the Syrian Golan Heights and the Landmine Ban.
I grew up in a small town in Illinois, lived in Northwest Indiana at Valparaiso University, and now reside in Alexandria, VA as I commute weekly to the world of Federal affairs. I make a lot of jokes, I find politics crazy and funny, and I think its important to laugh at oneself as much as you laugh at anyone else.
This is my grand experiment, and I don’t know if it will turn out. But I am going to keep this up. This will be the paper trail and a platform I hope to keep as I continue the advances in my future political career.