About Me

I am a rising senior at Texas A&M University pursuing Mechanical Engineering. This past year I served as the Director of Technical Affairs for the TAMU Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers. I recently have been elected to serve as President for the organization for the upcoming year. In doing so, I hope to inspire our members to push themselves and learn new skills that can be applied throughout their future endeavors.
I am always actively seeking my next challenge. I have a passion for learning, design, and innovation. If you have any questions feel free to email me or connect with me!

Skills

CATIA V5/Solidworks  
AutoDesk Inventor  
Python  

HTML  
CSS  
Arduino  

Experience

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TAMU SHPE President
May 2021 - Present

My journey and experience as serving as the President of TAMU SHPE for the 2021-2022 academic year.

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Boeing
May 2021 - Present

I am currently working as a Boeing Test & Evaluation Flight Test Design/Build Intern in Seattle, Washington.

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ExxonMobil
June 2020 - August 2020

Upstream Integrated Solutions Digital Innovation & Automation Intern during the summer of 2020.

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Northrop Grumman
May 2019 - August 2019

Technical College Intern for Aerospace Systems during the summer of 2019.

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Director of Technical Affairs
May 2020 - May 2021

I have been an active member since 2018. I was elected to serve as the Director of Technical Affairs for the 2020-2021 academic year.

Personal Projects

Engima Chess
A completely automated chess set capable of challenging Grandmasters. I am leading the Hardware Design within the system. Currently in the initial stage of product development.
Fermii
Fermii is an iOS based application that would allow users to know when and where their fellow classmates would be studying the same material. This would encourage people to work with one another and learn through teaching. Not only would one benefit from learning from one another, but would be rewarded for it too. Using a point system that provides discounts to local restaurants or shops, students will be encouraged to study more, and grow their network while doing so.
The Right Left
Do you hate unprotected left hand turns at four-way intersections? Because I do. With a passion. The right left is a sensor based system that was created during a 24-hour hackathon that tackles that exact problem. By manipulating a Qualcomm DragonBoard and a few light sensors, the team was able to create a prototype of a speed measuring system. This speed measuring system tracked oncoming traffic and would use pre-measured data to inform the driver.
3D Printing
Using my personal Elegoo Mars 2 Pro, a resin 3D printer, I actively design and create parts. Whether it be for other personal projects, or a proof of concept, 3D printing has become one of my favorite hobbies allowing for new projects on a weekly basis.

Recognitions

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Future Leader Academy Participant

Selected as 1 of 40 students to attend this leadership development convention hosted by ExxonMobil.

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HSF Entreprenuership Summit Attendee

Selected as 1 of 100 students to attend this summit building on the entreprenuership mindset.

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HSF Scholar

Recognized as a HSF Scholar by being a part of the 6% that applied and rewarded a scholarship.

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Spectrum Scholar

Selected as 1 of 20 students to receive a scholarship for the 2020-2021 academic year.

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Toyota Scholar

1 of 2 students to be receive a scholarship for their involvement in the Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers.

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Chevron Scholar

Selected through the Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers to receive this scholarship.