I obtained my Juris Doctor from the Pontifical Catholic University of Puerto Rico, School of Law with a Cum Laude distinction and received my Bachelor in Business from the University of Puerto Rico, with a Major in Management. When I graduated from law school in 2011, I was invited to become a faculty member by the National University College of Puerto Rico, where I started teaching as an online instructor for the Criminal Justice Program. The opportunity to collaborate as professor and facilitator has been surely the most gratifying experience of my career. I love to teach, this is my passion. "Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world", Nelson Mandela.
I currently collaborate as faculty at Ana G. Mendez University System, South Florida Campus, for the Criminal Justice Programs, and Graduate Business and Nursing Programs. I posses experience facilitating Dual Language Courses, in English and Spanish. I have experience teaching Ethics, Criminal Law, Criminal Procedures, Civil Procedures, Evidence Law, Constitutional Law, Administrative Law, Organization of the Criminal Justice Systems and Addiction Problems: Physiological and Legal Aspects.
When I'm not studying or doing research I love to spend time with my family and friends. I love family BBQ's, going to the movies, exploring state parks, and travel as much as I can. Happiness is not about what you can buy, but about the experiences you can cherish.
Undergraduate Degree: University of Puerto Rico-Arecibo - Bachelor in Arts, Business Management
Graduate Degree: Juris Doctor - Juris Doctor, Law
Family BBQ, Movies, Reading, Exercise, Cooking
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