Graduate in Literary Studies, she is currently a researcher at the Autonomous University of Querétaro (UAQ) and a high school teacher. Her two great adventures are literature and education. She has been a speaker at the 2018 Zonas Fronterizas Student Event, at the University of Tarapacá, and at the UAQ’s Derrida Por-venir philosophy and literature forum. Her article, “Los Colores del Desierto”, about her experience as a student in Chile was published by Furman217 magazine. She has a passion for documentary and non-fiction film, and has recently worked in the graphic novel medium in order to continue exploring “reality” despite (or because of) the pandemic. She is currently working on her thesis Mundos Escribibles: Una Propuesta de Lectura para América Latina and hopes that the next historical event that she has to live through is less contagious.