Member Since 2021
Graduated with dual-degree from MIT Electrical Engineering and Computer Science and MIT Integrated Design Management. MIT Graduate Woman of Excellence Award recipient, MIT Legatum Fellowship. Received full scholarship to attend Singularity University Graduate Studies Program 2015 whose aim is to assemble, educate and inspire a cadre of leaders who strive to understand and facilitate the development of exponentially advancing technologies and apply, focus and guide these tools to address humanity’s grand challenges. 2014- 2015 Hewlett Packard's Networking R&D Group as an Electrical/Hardware Engineer in the ASICs (Application Specific Integrated Circuit) team. 2012-2014 - Field Applications Team at Teradyne developing hardware and software projects. Exposed to providing on-site and remote support to customers from the high-tech industry in Tucson, California, and Dallas. 2010-2012 Test Development Engineer at Teradyne at the Costa Rica site. Part of the PMO since February 2011, PMP certified in November 2011. Part of the Engineering Project Team working in diverse hardware and software projects that involve developing, creating, and re-engineering testing systems and processes for the repair center. 2009, Graduated from Tecnologico de Monterrey, of a Bachelor in Electronic Engineering. Specialized in Digital Systems Design, which involves Hardware design, developing solutions, embedded systems, microcontrollers, interfaces, programming in assembly, C or Java. Participated in Microsoft's Imagine Cup on the Embedded Development Invitational where my team got to the Semi-Finals. Founder of a group called "Mujeres en Tecnologia" (MenTe) at my university in 2008, for technical growth, which has given me the opportunity to participate as a speaker in diverse conferences such as Grace Hopper Celebration for Women in Computing (2008), CAHSI Annual Meeting at Google Headquarters (2009) and organizing our own forum at SISCTI 34 (2009).
Bloomer Tech provides the tools to build a reliable and vast data set on women’s heart health. Through integrated healthcare practices in monitoring and treatment, we accelerate progress on solving cardiovascular global health problems. Through biometric sensors in everyday clothing, meaningful data is collected, analyzed, and made accessible to users, doctors, and medical professionals for real-time personalized healthcare. Our technology is seamlessly embedded into women’s bras to read metrics such as the electrocardiogram, pulse rate, respiratory rate, heart rhythm, and more.