PhD in Latin American Studies from the National Autonomous University of Mexico. She currently works as a researcher for the Legal Research Institute of the Autonomous University of Chiapas (Mexico) and cooperates with the organization Equis: Justice for Women.
She is an expert on the subject of women in prison for drug offenses, linking the study of drug policies with the prison system from a gender perspective.
Among his publications are “Drug policy, gender and imprisonment in Mexico: a guide for inclusive drug policies”, (2017, co-authored with Isabel Blas and Isabel Erreguerena), Women deprived of freedom and the right to vote . From objects of standards to subjects of Citizenship (2016), and Drugs, gender and prison: Experiences of women deprived of their freedom in Mexico (2013) by Tirant Lo Blanch.