Vice Principal at Brit Es.Sociologist and Phd in Art. She has been mediator, teacher and supervisor of programs of educational and artistic self-management in countries such as Senegal, Angola, Venezuela and Guatemala through various AECID scholarships. Her practice is based on a strategy that articulates the education as the core of personal and main development engine of social change. After finishing her studies in Sociology at UPSAM, she shaped as a technician of fine arts and design in the Applied Arts of the Sculpture, in the school of La Palma (Madrid) and she complements her studies around three lines: Education, New Technologiesa and Contemporary Creation, for it reconciles her activity of artistic mediation in PENSART, also working into management team in nathional organization MAV (Visual Artist Women). She lives and works in London.