She has a Bachelor’s Degree in Journalism from the Complutense University of Madrid, a Master’s Degree in Communication and Advertising Management (ESIC Business School) and a Master’s Degree in Digital Marketing from the ICEMD-ESIC Institute of Digital Economics. She has also been a journalist for 18 years and worked for newspapers and radio, for which she was recognized in 2009 with the Spanish Academy Award for Radio as Best News Presenter. She lived in Brussels for two years, where she gained superb insight into the day-to-day operation of EU institutions from Spain’s Permanent Representation to the European Union. She began her career in international cooperation in 2011 with the Vicente Ferrer Foundation. Her reports from India, Ethiopia and Senegal have been published in such media as El País, El Mundo and RNE.