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Ever since 2020, I’ve been personally invited by UCLA Alumni Association to participate in their high-profile Entertainment Networking Night sharing my experiences and knowledge in the industry with students at an informal round table and to mentor undergraduates throughout their transition to a career. I have also been involved with the Bruins community after graduating by acting as a Mentor for undergraduate students from their UCLA Career Ready Bootcamp, as UCLA Freshman Alumni Scholarships Application Reviewer, and most recently facilitating mocking interviews in their Young Alumni Career Launchpad which aims to help recently graduated Bruins receive the resources and insight they need to start their careers on the right foot. 

T-Howard Foundation

Mentor for students from the New York Fashion Institute of Technology, the University of North Carolina at UNC-Chapel Hill and a CLEG student at American University who want to succeed in an internship in the media industry, providing additional training and support during the internship program it will take approximately 7 to 8 weeks. This summer's program had more than 180 interns across 45 media and entertainment; with 79% women and mainly BIPOC, in companies such as ViacomCBS, NBCUniversal, Warner Media, Discovery, BBC Studios, and others.


AICP (Association of Independent Commercial Producers)

The Mentoring Program was created to promote the growth and development of Members and Mentors. This nine-month program connects seasoned leaders with aspiring talent. The pair will work together to identify and resolve key challenges that can benefit from the Mentor experience. Each Mentor and Mentee commit to a one-hour phone call once a month for nine months. An introductory session will kick off the program, and a series of workshops for Mentees will be held throughout the program cycle.

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