My mother, a bohemian artist, lived in Venice, Paris, Madrid, the Dominican Republic, and Mexico until I was about six years old. My parents had separated, and they decided the French Public School system was better than the New York Public School system. Therefore, I ended up living with my father.
I spent every summer with my cousins and my grandmother in East New York.
At 17, I went to Mexico City to study International Relations at the Universidad Ibero Americana. I did not like the career, and I came back to the United States to pursue another field of study.
I decided to study Management Information Systems at the University of Alaska Anchorage. I lived there for five years until I moved to San Francisco.
After four years in Silicon Valley, I returned to New York City in the summer of 2001.
From 2001 to 2004 I remained unemployed until I was hired by Time Warner Cable, where I was an employee until I was laid off following the Spectrum merger.
My adventure in Bitcoin made me realize that those entrusted with power were abusing it.
Since 2004 I have also been a member of the French Socialist Party, where I ran numerous campaigns for the French overseas.
In 2017, I discovered the County Committee and got elected to the 2nd Electoral District of the 71st Assembly District.
Living in a UHAB Third Party Transfer building, I witnessed first hand the lack of HPD oversight.
Along the way I got married with a psychiatrist who works at Mt Sinai.
I also worked tirelessly to create a real dual language program in New York City schools (EFNY.)