With a degree in Art History from the University of Oviedo, she has complemented her training in psychological intervention in emergencies, project evaluation, NGO management and business management.
She began her professional career combining her work as an aid worker and coordinator of peace projects in Kosovo with UNHCR and KFOR with her research activity as a specialist in Asturian pre-Romanesque art.
In 2007, she joined CTIC as a cooperation technician and developed her internal career playing different roles in digital transformation, industry 4.0 leading the specialisation line of Active Ageing and Wellbeing, which has allowed her to lead projects of human development, digital transformation and social welfare and she has a wide experience in issues of promotion of ethics and responsibility in the use of technology.
In 2019 she took up the position of Director General for Planning, Organisation and Adaptation to Social Change in the Government of the Principality of Asturias, coordinating the response to COVID-19 in the Asturian Social Services System and designing the digital transformation strategy for Asturian social services.
In 2022 she rejoined CTIC and is currently the Director of Organisational and Social Innovation at CTIC Technology Centre.