She is a Master in Public Management from the Complutense University of Madrid, a Master in Quality Management in Local Public Management (IAP). Degree in Political Science and Public Administration from (IBERO) with studies in International Relations and International Cooperation (BUAP); in Sustainability at the University of the Americas (UDLA); and, in Project Evaluation, in the National Bank of Public Works and Services (BANOBRAS).
Public Management Specialist with 14 years' experience in the public, private and social sectors, developing leadership, cooperation, negotiation and changes in public organizations. In Mexico, she has worked in the public service at the municipal and state levels, as an external consultant in the Mexican Foreign Ministry and in local governments. Internationally, she has served as an international consultant for the government of Spain in the Central Government and the City of Madrid. Also in local governments in the United States.
Collaborator in the social sector as an international politics and gender analyst for an organization of civil society and Attorney Spanish fund for Puebla foundation that supports the comprehensive care of older adults living in the streets.
In her academic experience, she has taught at the Faculty of Political Science of the IBERO, at the Hidalgo Free School and at the School of Business, Social Sciences and Humanities of the ITESM. She is a full-time professor in the Concentration of Political Science, of the Department of International Relations and Political Science of Tecnológico de Monterrey, in Puebla. She is an academic leader Reconstructing Citizenship Project of this university.