She studied at the Universidad Mayor de San Andrés (2009) and is currently pursuing a master’s degree at the Universidad Andina Simón Bolívar in Human Rights for the most vulnerable populations. She also holds a diploma in Higher Education by Competencies and Learning Technologies from the Universidad Salesiana de Bolivia. Furthermore, she obtained diplomas in Criminal Procedural Law under Law 1173, Children’s and Adolescents’ Rights, both from the Universidad Salesiana de Bolivia, as well as a diploma in Research Methodology from the Universidad Siglo XX, a diploma in Criminal Sciences, and a diploma in Organization and Pedagogical Administration of the Classroom in Higher Education, both from the Universidad Mayor de San Andrés.
In her professional career, she worked as an external consultant in partnership with Ipas Bolivia, providing technical assistance to the Ombudsman’s Office to develop actions, instruments, protocols, and guidelines that help ensure all women’s exercise of their sexual and reproductive rights, especially those related to access to legal abortion. She worked as a lawyer and coordinator for approximately ten years in the Comprehensive Family Care Unit at the Children and Adolescents Ombudsman’s Office and the Municipal Comprehensive Legal Service of La Paz. She also served as an assistant to the Seventh Instructional Criminal Court and conducted her directed work as a graduation requirement at the Public Ministry. She provided legal training in different penitentiary centers in La Paz through the institution Capacitación y Derechos Ciudadanos (CDC). Currently, she works as a university professor at the Universidad Salesiana de Bolivia and has also taught at the ANAPOL “Mcal. Antonio José de Sucre” Police University and NUR University, respectively.