As per the “media guidance” of the Fulbright Commission, I would like to remind my faithful readers that this site is not an official web site of the Fulbright Program, an official site of the U.S. Department of State, nor an official site of any past, present or future employer. To clarify: I was an individual who won a Fulbright grant, not a representative of the Fulbright Commission or any related government and non-governmental offices therein. I cannot help you win a Fulbright.
As such, all the view expressed within these pages are purely my own opinion, and are in no way sanctified or certified by the Fulbright, any U.S. government organization, any employer, or any other educational institution.
While I may also mention my alma maters, Carnegie Mellon University the Universidad de Alcala-Henares, and Harvard I am also not an spokesperson for these institutions. I am just an individual who is lucky enough to have spent 2.5 amazing years in the big cities of Pittsburgh, PA, one year in Madrid, Spain, and another in Cambridge.
As such, all the views (and ramblings) expressed herein are entirely my own humble, subjective opinion and are thus not endorsed, supported or otherwise approved by either of these higher education institutions, organizations, or programs.
Finally, the opinions and stories that I express in this blog are written for my own personal musings. While there may be a few hyperboles stuck in for the audience's behalf, on the whole, this is my account of the everyday. If you feel that there is anything exceptionally damaging about your organization or yourself, please contact me and I will work towards developing a solution. That being said, I do stand by my beliefs. Unless something appears to be fact and not simply my opinion, I may choose to maintain my authentic voice throughout this narration.