Currently, Adriana lives in Northern California where she enjoys the outdoors, playing & listening to music, health & wellness, feeding her head, and working towards a master’s to contribute to digital wellness, data rights, and quality of life.
Since 2005, Adriana has practiced digital photography. She tries to bring her appreciation for the natural world and human existence to all her art. She’s like Walt Whitman and Simon De Beauvoir and Hannah Arendt had an ethnically ambiguous love child.
She was raised by her South Korean mother and Brazilian father, in Georgia, and obtained a B.A. in Philosophy with a Mathematics minor, before moving to the West Coast. She comes from a family of scientists, healthcare professionals, and business savvy minds from Eastern and Western cultures.
Adriana has contributed to the forefront of the legal California cannabis industry, since 2016, where she’s worked in operations management and education–learning a lot about people ops, product, supply chain, and the impact of the War on Drugs. She occasionally does product and operations consulting.
She currently is a certified volunteer crisis counselor and does civil & social rights volunteer work. Human-centered capitalism and data science are a couple of drivers for her career / life interests.
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