Degree in History from the University of Castilla –La Mancha. She studied at the Autonomous University of Madrid through the Master's in Archeology and Heritage. She is currently developing research on learning, skills, and socialization in hunter-gatherer groups based on lithic sets and techno-experimental studies, in the UAM's Doctoral Program in Ancient World Studies with a FPU National grant. Throughout his predoctoral period, she made stays in the laboratory UMR7194 - Histoire naturelle de l'Homme préhistorique of the Muséum National d'Histoire Naturelle de Paris.
She holds the title of Expert in Public Communication and Scientific Dissemination of the UAM, and now is the social media of the Laboratory of Experimental Archeology of the UAM, LAEX and main author of the virtual scientific dissemination space "Paleoaprende" linked to the R & D & I project How, who and where?: behavior variability in the collection and transformation of lithic resources within Neanderthal groups. Today, she is an active part in events and activities of scientific dissemination in the Scientific Culture Unit of the UAM where she carried out paid internships based on the co-organization of important events such as Science Week and the European Night of Researchers, among many others. In addition, it is part of the editorial team of the Bulletin of Experimental Archeology at the UAM. She has extensive pedagogical training in undergraduate and graduate studies, which he intends to consolidate through obtaining his own title of University Teaching Expert at the UAM.
Her experience in field work has focused in recent years on archaeological excavations carried out in sites related to outdoor workshop areas of the peninsular center. Director of the works that are being carried out today in the Paleolithic sites of El Cañaveral and Los Berrocales (Madrid) fieldworks from 2018 and 2019.