Political scientist at the University of New York (NYU) in Political Science and Economics. Trilingual researcher on issues related to Drug Policy and with extensive experience in research and project management. She works as a Project Assistant for the Acción Semilla Foundation in the city of La Paz (Bolivia).
She is co-author of Comparative Experiences: Microtrafficking and Legislative Thresholds of Bolivia-Ecuador: Progress in the UNASUR Perspective, published by Acción Semilla and FES (March, 2018). Co-designer and coordinator of the KUYMI Cultural Center project. Apprentice of traditional Andean-Amazonian medicine, and co-founding member of Ayllu Qollañan, a community organization for the restitution and transmission of philosophy and ancestral practices of healing, through seminars, workshops and ceremonies.
Currently, she investigates the medicinal uses of Master Plants (Ayahuasca, Wachuma, Tabaco and Willka), having praxis and Andean-Amazonian ancestral thinking as an alternative of critical thinking.