Mechanical Engineering Major,Entrepreneur

University of Maryland Class of 2021


About Me


Updated: April 2019

In August 2017, I began full-time studying Engineering at College of Southern Maryland, while working part-time doing side jobs.

In June 2018, I began working at the Naval Surface Warfare Center, gaining on-the-job Mechanical Engineering experience working in the Land Expeditionary Systems Branch.

In April 2019, I received the SMART Scholarship for good merit and DoD experience.

In May 2019, I graduated from College of Southern Maryland with my Associates in Engineering.

In August 2019, I transferred to University of Maryland , where I continued my education in Mechanical Engineering.

In March 2020, I bought my first house as a place to live and my first investment in real estate.


Real Estate




Amazon Marketplace


Currently Working on First House

Jobs Ranging from Retail to Construction

Education and Intern for DoD

ENME 351 and ENME101

300K Sales as Merchant Seller


EGR 101- Autonomous Vehicle Project

EWB - Tanzania Project

ENME 351 – Mechatronics System

Python Bot for Instagram Growth

Amazon – The Road to 400K in a month


"Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world."

Nelson Mandela

  • May 2017

    A Good Ole Southern Maryland Boy

    I graduated from a small private school with poor focus in engineering, math, and the science. The school’s emphasis was in writing and literature, which left me with little-to-no experience in engineering.

  • Fall 2017

    A Steep Learning Curve

    I began taking my first engineering classes ever. They nearly killed me! I was not sure if I was cut out but after three or four weeks, I made the adjustments and figured out what I was doing.

  • May 2019

    The end of era

    I completed my studies at CSM with Associates. I was ready to move onto the bigger step, University of Maryland. After having a scary beginning, I finished with a 4.0 GPA and multiply scholarships from being a scholarly student athlete finishing my sophomore year for less than $500 for the year’s tuition.

  • August 2019

    A little fish in a big pond

    I began studying engineering beside some of the best engineering students in the nation. Everyday poses new challenges. Not only was the coursework difficult , but there was also a lot of it.

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