I first heard about GapBuster through my involvement with LULAC. As the State Director for Maryland, Dr. Yvette Butler worked closely with us. I saw the amazing work that was being done by the organization and was quickly drawn to help. I have been working with GapBuster for three years. I was involved as a High School student for one. GapBuster taught me the importance of reaching out to our underserved minority population and empowering our generation through education. Because of GapBuster, I am actively involved in the Montgomery County community. I will continue serving on the board, assisting with endeavors, and recruiting my peers to events like the Teen Health Expo and the Holiday Dinners for those in need. I am currently attending Georgetown University as a Jack Kent Cooke transfer scholarship Recipient.