She is an environmental engineer, a specialist in geomatics, a teacher in watershed management with a PhD in Engineering Sciences from the Tecnológico de Monterrey, Nuevo León; Mexico. 10-year experience in studies on water management and management, social vulnerability, community development, access and provision of rural water and sanitation. She currently works as a professor and is attached to the Water Science and Technology Research Group at the Tecnológico de Monterrey.
In the years 2015-2016 he completed his master's studies at CATIE, Costa Rica. Developing research on natural resource management issues at the rural level with a gender approach and social vulnerability analysis in the face of extreme weather events such as drought and hurricanes. Subsequently, she worked as a consultant for the WATERCLIMA-LAC program with incidence in several Latin American countries, developing a technical manual to estimate social vulnerability. From 2018 to 2021, he dedicated himself to the construction of a conceptual model that allows achieving the sustainability of rural communities through the provision of basic services such as water and sanitation.
She has publications in Q2 magazines, a technical manual, and has participated in various national and international seminars and conferences. He is currently participating to be a member of the National System of Researchers.