Ph.D in Political and Social Sciences with orientation in Sociology from the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM). She has a Masters Degree in Human Development by University of Veracruz, and Bachelor Degree in Psychology by University of Aguascalientes and a Diploma in Feminism in Latin America, from the Interdisciplinary Research Center in Sciences and Humanities (CEIICH) of UNAM. She did a postdoctoral stay at the El Colegio de México from 2018 to 2020. And was postulated as candidate for the National Researchers System in the same year. Her research lines are Gender and Religion, Women’s Rights within the Historic Christian Churches, Pastoral Fatherhood and Academic work, care and upbringing.
(Co-Presenter with Carolina Espinosa-Luna)