(Havana, Cuba, 1979) Artist, researcher and educator. A Philology graduate, she worked as an editor and cultural promoter in Havana until 2009. Between 2009 and 2011, she was a collaborator of the Center for Archaeoastronomical and Calendrical Studies of Mesoamerica, in the development of cultural activities and the dissemination of the pre-Hispanic legacy in Mexico. She participated in the creative leadership program of the Kaospilot School in Denmark (2010), from which she developed a series of workshops for cultural entrepreneurs and artists in Cuba (2011-2012). She was curator at El viaje de los objetos: Exposición internacional de artesanías populares 1968 (Centro Cultural Universitario Tlatelolco, Mexico, 2016). She holds an MFA in Art History from the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM, 2017) with a research on Indigenous art of the Americas, dreams, and creativity. She is currently dedicated to artistic creation and the development of cultural projects, independent counseling and teaching, and is a PhD candidate in Art History at UNAM.