Communications are personal. It is deeply human.


With 10+ years of professional experience, I have conducted communications, marketing, and public relations work for visionary space and tech companies alongside engineers, physicists, scientists, and developers. I conveyed niche and technical information to intended audiences and stakeholders for Ad Astra Rocket Company, Microsoft, Airbus, Sony Ericsson, and Ryder System, Inc.


Born and raised in San Jose, Costa Rica, I currently reside in sunny South Florida, where I contribute cutting-edge articles about space to several tech publications. Numerous articles have reached the front page several times in a row. I address the need to give visibility to space efforts across the globe.


Everything related to space fascinated me from a very young age

I grew up with the legacy of the first and only Costarican-born NASA astronaut, Dr. Franklin Chang-Díaz. I later worked with Dr. Chang-Díaz in Houston, Texas.


I have traveled extensively across the globe including, South America, South Asia, and the Middle East. I graduated from the Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service at Georgetown University in Washington D.C., with a Bachelor’s and a Master’s Degree. I’m an applicant to the Space Studies Program at the International Space University. 


With a curiosity to continue to grown and learn in my niche, I have completed 15+ professional development courses in web development, futurism, astrophysics, and robotics. I have also completed 5+ certifications in emerging technologies such as blockchain. These additional skills and knowledge equip me to serve as lead writer and chief editor to cross-functional and high-performing teams.