(Caracas -1977) Querezuelan (14 years living in Queretaro, naturalized Mexican but with a Venezuelan accent) and mother of two teenagers, Economics graduate from the Andrés Bello Catholic University of Caracas (2002), lecturer and writer. Since 2015, she has been working with schools and families, sharing up-to-date information and creating strategies to support children and teenagers in the safe, healthy and responsible use of technology. She has given hundreds of talks inside and outside of Mexico to tens of thousands of people. She has been an EXMA Women Speaker since 2019. She has worked with foundations and organizations such as: UNICEF Panama, COPARMEX Querétaro, YPO - CDMX Chapter, Queretaro State’s Department of Security, Guanajuato State’s Department of Health, Federation of Private Schools of Leon, Safe Schools Network, ASIS - CDMX Chapter, CEFIM Women’s Study and Training Centre and the shelters Puerta Abierta and Comunidad Villa Infantil. Her goal is to create a bond among generations, building relationships between parents and children as the best protection when it comes to navigating the challenges children face while growing up surrounded by screens.