I'm currently an MBA candidate at the UCLA Anderson School of Management on a full-tuition fellowship while working full-time for Series, a digital financial platform for institutions and corporations. Previously, I worked for TenOneTen Ventures, Visible Hands VC and Tech Coast Angels.
I’m a SoCal native who is passionate about startups, MBA, productivity, venture capital, founders, and tech. You can find me on social media and on my blog, where I enjoy sharing insights from my experiences, as well as new opportunities for founders and investors. You can also catch me in-person organizing signature Partytime events for the startup communities in LA and SF.
Prior to business school, I started two businesses: a tech-forward real estate brokerage and an international trade & logistics company. My MBA focus is venture capital, for which I was recently awarded the Deutschman Venture Fellowship.
Before my entrepreneurial ventures, my first love was the health sciences where I performed wet-lab lung cancer research for four years at USC, resulting in a paper published in the American Association for Cancer Research journal. I hold a Master’s degree in Global Medicine and a Bachelor’s Degree in Health Promotion from USC’s Keck School of Medicine.
My creative hobbies include hip hop dance and performing as a SAG actor with speaking roles on shows like “Grey’s Anatomy”, “This is Us”, “Shameless”, and on commercials with brands like McDonald's, Infiniti, Sony, and Samsung.
Aside from making professional connections, I enjoy getting to know people by their hobbies and what they care about. My personal mantra is #ShootYourShot because not only do I like basketball, but I also prefer failure over regret. 🏀
CopyAI, a company that helps generate options for marketing and blog copies in just a few minutes using AI, raised $13.9M in funding, gained 380,000 users, and made over $2.4M revenue in just 1 year. How did they do it?