Voracious reader, fond of arts, loves outdoor activities. Mother to Micaela (14), Lizbeth (13), and Shirel (5). Lives in La Paz-Bolivia, with her husband Dante, this year is the 20th year together.
Guilty of fast learning, of some assertiveness in crisis situations, and resilience, mostly. With an artistic heritage, and background (two artisan and writer grandparents, and a father who used to be a promising painter), but tending to detailed planning; enjoys synergistic work.
Published writer (Angels Series of books), of articles (Jiwaki cultural magazine), and educational material. Blogger (on Homeschooling), and some articles at different stages. Editor of Research on Health issues.
Homeschooling almost a decade now, she is the national leader of homeschool families in Bolivia, this role has allowed her to coordinate actions with homeschooling communities in Latin America and the United States. Currently conducting Research for the Bolivian homeschooling community. Part of the Latin American national homeschool leaders Incubator. The writer of the draft of homeschooling legislation for Bolivia, which has been embraced by the Education Ministry.
With a Communication BA by Catholic University, a yearly guest speaker at the CBA pedagogical sessions in Bolivia. Partners of America volunteer has collaborated in issues such as Environment, Art, and Education, coordinating actions between State University, City council, and international cooperation. Teen Mania, Compassion, and Food for the hungry volunteer for several years.