Degree in Biological Sciences, with extensive experience in environmental education and conservation of marine ecosystems, doing her thesis at the Francisco Coloane Marine Park, where she worked with humpback whales.
Between 2008 and 2015 she worked as Coordinator of the Education Program of WCS Chile, through which she implemented environmental education projects and dissemination of the natural and cultural heritage of the Magallanes Region. Currently, she is the Director for the Magallanes Region of WCS Chile, developing in the fields of conservation management, science outreach and environmental education of the country’s biodiversity.
She is co-author of 6 scientific publications related to areas of high conservation value, ecosystem services and species, as well as the book “Chile es Mar”. She was recognized as part of the “100 Young Leaders of Chile” (2013, El Mercurio newspaper), received the “Women and Environment” award (2016, Regional Government of Magallanes), was declared “Outstanding Citizen” (2018, Municipality of Puerto Natales), was highlighted as “Conservationist” (2019, “El Domingo” magazine of El Mercurio newspaper) and recently highlighted by local media for her contribution to conservation science.