Nicole is the Founder and Editor-In-Chief of Epifania Magazine and is responsible for
the development, implementation, and evaluation of all strategies and activities related to the publication. As the creator of the publication, Nicole continually thrives to bring in new and intriguing articles to enhance and further the readers’ mind. Nicole is also responsible for fundraising, public outreach, recruitment of interns and contributors, as well as building relationships and creating partnerships with like-minded organizations.
She studied Communication Studies as an undergrad and is currently earning her MBA. She was the previous Vice President of St. Elizabeth Day Home Board and was a Board Member of Bay Area Advertising Relief Committee. She is a graduate of Hispanic Foundation of Silicon Valley Latino Leadership Board Academy and is a Founding Father of the Psi Kappa, an Alpha Kappa Psi Business Fraternity chapter. She has spoken to youth at numerous high schools, Breakthrough Silicon Valley and Silicon Valley Women and Girls Leadership Summit.
The Bay Area has always been her home but leaves a part of her heart in every country/city she visits.
Some Behind The Scenes facts: Nicole was in choir from 4 to 12th grade. In fact, she had to audition for the same choral group from 10-12th grade and made it every year. It taught her the importance of vocal health.
What was her Epifania? “Oh, there were so many. But the main one was when I realized that it is okay to not go down a “traditional” path. It is sometimes better to build your own path.”