Bachelor Degree in Communication from the Universidad Iberoamericana Puebla. Master in Sociology by the Institute of Social Sciences and Humanities “Alfonso Vélez Pliego” of the Autonomous University of Puebla (2008 – 2010), Diploma in Organizational Management and Communication by MACED (1998). Diploma in Higher Specialization in Human Rights, preventive detention and due process at BUAP and the Konrad Adenahuer Foundation (2006). Diploma in Participatory Planning at Universidad Iberoamericana Puebla (2003). PhD student in Political Economy of Development, CEDES – BUAP.

She has a long history in research projects, teaching and social intervention with emphasis on Human Rights, Gender Equity, Interculturality, Prevention and Attention of Gender Violence, Culture of Peace and Nonviolence, Migration, Governance, Citizen Participation and Advocacy Social and Political, among other social issues. Her work has been characterized in projects of communication and popular education with groups of rural and indigenous women, from the lines of Sociology of culture, communication for social change, from a feminist approach that recognizes the intersection of gender, class and ethnicity as central axes of transformative social practice. Professor and researcher at the Universidad Iberoamericana Puebla. Responsible for systematization of the Human Rights and Good Treatment Area of ​​ Center for Counseling and Development Among Women, CADEM, AC.