always had a deep admiration for electronics and
computers. Anxious to turn my passion into a career, I
decided to attend DeVry’s Institute of technology, where I
was a proud member of the Presidential Honor’s Society,
graduating with a 3.71 GPA and a Bachelor’s degree in
Technical Management. Dedicated and determined, I am now
proud to have dedicated my life to helping persons with
disabilities, bridging my 29 years of technical experience
with my other passion of providing assistance to the
I was born
with business in my blood, a third generation
entrepreneur, and being a hard worker has always been my top priority. My parents owned their own gas station and car detailing business, where I started working when I was 10 years old. By the time I graduated high school, I had built up an extensive resume working for other businesses. It was during this time that I learned the value of commitment and hard work. At nineteen, I managed a video arcade, and restored cars with my father. It was when I turned twenty one that I decided to put myself through college and get my degree in technology.
I believe helping people is a moral responsibility, and I am pleased to be in a position to devote my life to providing assistance to the blind. Being an avid reader, I also believe in the importance of reading and writing, as these abilities allow us to enrich our minds and express ourselves. New technology gives those who suffer from vision loss the ability to read, write, and maintain their independence.
The Low Vision Reader is a computer system designed to
help a person with low vision read print and read the
Internet and email. There are millions of people
that cannot read the Internet, local magizines,
newspapers, books and much more due to their low vison.