I always had a knack for the written word and the tangibility that putting thoughts on paper offered. As I matured and searched for ways to turn my passion into a career, I committed to journalism with my first internship at Bermuda's National Newspaper. From there, I majored in journalism at Emerson College, where, along with awe-inspiring courses, I held physical and virtual internships—including a contributing writer position at USA Today College and print internship at Scene Magazine—all of which contributed to breaking boundaries in my personal and professional development. Since graduation, I have taken on a number of pursuits, from living and working as Associate Editor for I Love Chile News in Santiago, Chile, to contributing at The Huffington Post, taking over as Editor in Chief at Scene Magazine, then Managing Editor at Electrify Magazine in NYC. The growth from these roles all led to my final decision to enter the freelance world to focus on the stories I want to share most.