Bachelor’s degree in International Business from the Faculty of Economic, Administrative and Technological Sciences of the Autonomous University of Sinaloa. She participated in the Proyecta 100,000 program at National University in San Diego, CA, United States and in student mobility attending a semester at the National Polytechnic Institute in Mexico City. She was a speaker at the First International Social Entrepreneurship Meeting organized by ANFECA in the Faculty of Accounting and Administration UNAM (2013). She participated in a Summer of Scientific Research at the Economic Research Institute of UNAM, and won a first place award in the 2015 ALADAA Essay Contest with the work entitled Challenges and opportunities for trade and investment of Mexican companies. The case of Cinépolis in India, published in the magazine Muuch'Xíimbal. During three editions, she was the academic coordinator of the Diploma in Asian Studies at UNAM. As of January 1, 2018, she has been appointed Administrative Delegate of the University Program of Studies on Asia and Africa.