1. MY MUMMY:

2. MY WRITING:

I’d probably be dead by now if I didn’t know how to write, and I’m not exaggerating. In my low suicidal moments, forcing myself to write about how I feel always lifts me up. There’s something about seeing your challenges on paper that allows the mind transit from worrying to constructively thinking about how to surmount it. Writing helps me organize my life.

3. SUPPORTIVE TEAMS

4. MY CIRCLE OF FRIENDS

5. THE ABILITY TO SUPPORT MYSELF FINANCIALLY

This is not a small something for me. Since last year, I have depended less and less on money from home and I’m grateful for that. It has not been easy, but very interesting. I’ve done really crazy things to make money in this school before finally setting with writing, from selling foo-foo, soap, and even pasting posters. If I no talk, you go know? That’s one of the beautiful things about this white and black dress code for law students – once you’re on it, its imagine to the things we do when we take it off.

Analyst/Emerging Tech Lead, Tech Hive Advisory | AI Ethics & Governance Researcher