On the basis of her previous experience, directly advises clients in the private sector to develop strategies in order to enhance their business opportunities, establish and / or strengthen their relationships with the public sector.
Among her main topics of interest are international relations and negotiations, development cooperation, conflict resolution and migration issues.
She has worked as a consultant for the public and private sectors, specializing in the development of strategies, public affairs and communications. She has served as head of the tourism area for business development and relations with local and federal authorities.
As part of the European Commission’s “Blue Book” Traineeship program, she was invited to join the Communication and Transparency team of the Directorate-General for Cooperation and Development (DG DEVCO-EuropeAid) in Brussels, Belgium. Where he collaborated with the press and public relations teams in a multicultural environment.
Among other activities, she has collaborated with the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) as well as the Consulate General of Mexico in Frankfurt. She worked as a researcher at the Center for European Studies of the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM) and worked as staff coordinator for the Mexican Association of International Studies (AMEI).
She holds a degree in International Relations, and completed postgraduate studies at the University of Granada in Spain, where she specialized in international negotiation, mediation techniques, communication, institutions of economic and financial cooperation, political, regional and international cooperation for development; obtaining the degree of Master in International Organizations.
She has attended seminars on information use and management, international negotiation, conflict resolution, migration, cooperation and development, non-governmental actors, identity and multiculturalism.