Julieta Díaz Barrón has a degree in Communication Sciences from the Tecnológico de Monterrey University and a Master of Arts from the University of Oregon, in the United States. Her career has been spent in academia, civil society organizations, content production and editing, and in public service. For more than 18 years she worked in the public sphere on the creation, organization and direction of social and community development initiatives and programmes for communities of highly marginalized people, women, indigenous people and children. She has been a professor for over 27 years in subjects related to communication, literature, publishing and reading. She is co-author of the book: El que con la izquierda imagina. She has also contributed texts to the books: Por qué escribo, Nuevas instrucciones para vivir en México and Una vida en el arte published by Gris Tormenta. She has given a TED talk: “La literatura infantil no es pueril” (“There is nothing childish about children’s literature”). She is currently Head of the Regional Department of Media and Digital Culture at the Tecnológico de Monterrey. What she is most proud of, by far, is being the wife of Moskar and mother of Peter and Romi.