Architect graduated from the Autonomous University of the State of Mexico, she completed a master’s degree at the Polytechnic University of Barcelona UPC, in Architecture and Environment, Renewable Energies applied to Architecture, and a master’s degree in Sustainable Materials at the University of Girona, her work focuses on the recognition of ancestral and local materials and techniques, which he has used for his projects.

She is the founder of Raíz Arquitectura, a comprehensive studio that is in charge of advising, collaborating, and giving workshops on earthen architecture and natural and alternative materials, to optimize natural resources and satisfy the needs of users, designing high-quality spaces with the least environmental impact.

She has participated in several international congresses such as the Grains dʼIsere Festival in CRAterre, Grenoble France, as well as the III International Biennial Sustainable Architecture in La Pedrera, Barcelona Spain, and with the important presentation on Architecture and Energy, in the European Parliament, Strasbourg France.

She is currently a professor at the Universidad Iberoamericana campus in Mexico City. For several years she has shared a workshop with the architect Juan Casillas, a teacher and specialist in these vernacular materials with extensive experience in social projects. The Regenerative Incidence Workshop, which they teach, seeks to generate changes in communities that are in a situation of priority attention, responding with projects through architecture, which links students with the social and environmental reality of the country. In 2020 the workshop was selected to represent Mexico at the 17th International Architecture Exhibition of the Venice Biennale.

Recent winner of the residency, “Tomorrows Materials” in Mexico by Space10 in 2022.