In 1998, she began her freshman year in college as the crowned Miss El Salvador from a local committee in Boston. Through her year as queen, she exercised her passion for community service and upon passing on the crown, she introduced her ballet, Danza Folklórica Náhuatl as her commitment to bring awareness and showcase the beauty of Salvadoran customs through dance. Since then, she has been performing on various stages throughout the years. Eventually founding and producing her own pageant, Miss El Salvador Massachusetts, USA, pageant that is geared to promote academic excellence through beauty, grace and brains. She is endearly referred to as the “Ambassador of the Salvadoran Culture”, for her work promoting her roots through the dances from the ballet and producing her pageant.