After graduating in Biology, specializing in Zoology at the University of Murcia, she continues her post-graduate training in the Department of Ecology and Hydrology of the same University. Once ended this period she enters the Official School of Languages to resume her studies in English, activity that reconciles with occasional jobs for environmental consulting firms. In the E.O.I. she contacts with some teachers and fellow students that will be key for the development of subsequent activities. At this time the first collaborations with several Primary Bilingual Schools start. The Sciencenglish project begins to take shape. Completed the formal studies, she continues her training with several stays in the UK and Ireland. As part of her training she also obtains the FCE and CAE certificates from the University of Cambridge. From 2010 up to now the project has grown both in content and members and has been enjoyed for hundred of students both primary and secondary.
She studies Biology (University of Murcia) and English (Official School of Languages in Murcia). She begins her journey with the education in English by working as extracurricular English instructor in Schools, and providing private English tuition more than seven years ago. Nonetheless, it is when she meets Ana that she decides to collaborate with her in the development of the Sciencenglish project, and to incorporate her experience, in the teaching of Biology in a different and funny way. Always active in her education and training, she has stayed some periods in USA and Europe improving her knowledge of English. Furthermore, she has collaborated in different bilingual projects, guided tours, bilateral translations and other related jobs. Shes is currently part of the research team on Internal Medicine of the Arrixaca Hospital".