I was born in Venezuela, where I spent the first 16 years of my life. I moved to the Netherlands in 2014, where I finished highschool in an international school and had the privilege of meeting people of many other nationalities. I’ve had the fortune of being able to travel to other countries in Europe and Asia with cultures totally different from mine. This has helped me bring balance to my perception of the world, making my ideas more flexible and eliminating my biases. Nowadays I am about to finish my bachelor in Global Management of Social Issues, my personal interest within the context of my studies is environmental conservation. Given that my biggest passion, since I can remember, is cetaceans. Because of that, I dedicated 6 months to do an internship in a cetacean conservation project in Tenerife. They fascinate me because their species are just as, if not more, intelligent and evolved as we are, yet they live in complete harmony with their environment.
Establishing communication is my goal, because us humans could learn a lot from them. Elevating the global consciousness would benefit us just as much as it would every other species with which we share planet Earth. Therefore, I am deeply thankful to be a part of the Imshaya Project, eliminating the language barrier so that more people can access information about consciousness expansion and multidimensionality.