Louisville, KY


As a singer/songwriter, music educator, and disability advocate, I aim to use music as a vehicle for change and self-expression. I thoroughly enjoy introducing children to music through play, which can involve finger puppets, instruments, and story books. As a Latina woman with a disability, I bring diversity into all of my projects, whether I am teaching a lesson on rhythm using reggaetón, or infusing Spanish into my lessons, there’s something for everyone. I specialize in teaching songwriting and ukulele, meeting students where they are and connecting their core curriculum to music. My background: Music Enrichment specialist at Children’s Academy, teaching artist for grades K-2 and 5 and Youth Choruses Coordinator via the Handel and Haydn Society, double bachelors in music education and performance from Berklee College of Music

The Kentucky Arts Council, the state arts agency, supports Arts for All Kentucky with state tax dollars and federal funding from the National Endowment for the Arts.