Where shall we began… I come from a family who serve the Lord. At a young age my parents followed God’s calling to work overseas in Chile. After having three boys, not wanting to risk having a soccer team and feeling God’s leadership, they decided to adopt a daughter. This is where my story begins.
I was adopted at a very young age; thankfully, I was raised in the country where I was adopted. In 2007, after high school, I moved to Mississippi to continue my education. Having learned another language, adjusting to studying in English was a hard task. While pursuing my Associate’s Degree in Early Preschool Education, I worked as a teacher for preschoolers at a daycare. I also helped in many areas of the Children’s Ministry at First Baptist Biloxi. I continued my education at William Carey University where I got my B.A in Psychology and Intercultural Studies. In 2015 I moved to New Orleans to purse a Master’s degree in Christian Counseling at New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary. During 2017 I was asked to work in extended services with the preschoolers at Memorial. At the beginning of 2018 I joined the Ministry Team working as the Preschool Minister.