I am a pre-doctoral researcher at INGENIO CSIC-UPV of the Doctorate Program in Local Development and International Cooperation of the Polytechnic University of Valencia (UPV). My main research topic is feminist organizational change processes. I have a degree in Business Administration and Management from the Universitat Politècnica de València (UPV), a Master's Degree in Development Cooperation from the UPV and a Master's Degree in Teacher Training (Miguel Hernández University).
I am a teacher in the gender module of the Master in Cooperation for Development at the UPV and I participated as a student and as a facilitating team in the educational innovation processes "Action Learning" promoted by the Master in Cooperation at the UPV from 2016 to 2021. She is part of the group of researchers of Collective Social Innovation. I have carried out different training and research stays on issues related to solidarity economy and development at the Manipal Institute of Technology in India, Veterinary without Border in Honduras, Daytona University in the US and the University of Tifariti in the Saharawi refugee camps. I have been on research visits at Gender Studies Department from Tampere University and Hegoa Research Institute (Bilbao).
My main areas of interest are feminisms, especially Feminist Economics, participatory research methodologies and transformative education. I am an active part of organized civil society in the La Gavella Collective (former Engineering Without Borders València) and the Feminist Assembly of Valencia.