Meet the Team
Since 2003, our family has grown from a team of three to a team of over 100 people! Our "cRUw" is key to our success and we truly take pride in the family we've built over the years. The Rehab United Difference Begins with Our People.
Front Office Assistant
Hometown: San Diego, California
Education: Grossmont College
Sports: Is eating a sport? :)
Hobbies: Cooking, as well as exploring different restaurants throughout & outside of San Diego
Favorite Foods: A lot of everything (especially sushi & tacos)!
Whom You Admire / Favorite Mentor: My childhood best friend. Since early childhood, our family & friends considered us polar opposites. She's extremely extroverted & outgoing while I'm mostly introverted & reserved. Having her in my life has given me enough confidence to get outside of my comfort zone & branch out socially when interacting or chatting with people in any setting.
Nickname: I’ve never really had one that stuck with me, but people often associate my name with the TV show “Sabrina the Teenage Witch.”
Fun Fact About You: I collect 3 wick candles from Bath & Body Works.
Biography: I was born and raised here in San Diego and currently live with my parents and two siblings. My last position was at a pediatric therapy company as part of their administrative staff. After working there for two years and observing firsthand how rewarding it was to be a pediatric therapist, I realized how truly passionate I was about children and the therapy field as a whole.
My long-term goal is to apply to San Diego State University’s Speech, Language, and Hearing Sciences program and pursue a career as a speech pathologist. When I’m not doing homework or studying, I enjoy working out or spending quality time with my younger sister and/or friends.
If I could have any superpower, I would love the ability to read people’s thoughts; psychology is fascinating to me & reading thoughts would potentially give me a better understanding of the ways in which someone’s mind functions.
I chose RU because the moment I walked into the door it was evident how close-knit everyone was within the staff, as well as with patients. Everyone was welcoming & seemed like one big family.