She was born in Cleveland, Ohio. At the age of six, she moved to Juana Díaz, Puerto Rico where she studied from second to twelfth grade. During her school years, starting in sixth grade she joined the Juana Díaz School Band, in which she was part of the first female percussion line. In this group, she participated in the Disney Music Festival and won first place in the percussion line section. After she graduated from high school, she enrolled at the Pontifical Catholic University of Puerto Rico, Ponce Campus in the Plastic Arts Program. After two years, she decided she wanted to be a teacher as well as an artist, so she completed all the requirements to become a certified teacher. Furthermore, she graduated Cum Laude in her bachelor’s degree. Then, she decided to pursue her Master’s Degree in Educational Administration and Supervision at Caribbean University, which she is currently enrolled in. Her goal for the future is to continue to improve her education and to transmit the love for knowledge and learning to all her students.