(MEXICO) Restorer (ENCRYM-INAH), master in social anthropology [ciesas] and doctor in art history [unam]. With a specialty in photography, visual anthropology and 20th century art in Mexico, she has worked as a cataloguer, researcher and curator at Fundación Televisa, the Museum of Modern Art (mam-INBAL), and the Arkheia/MUAC-UNAM Documentation Center. She taught anthropology, art history and curatorship at the Universidad del Claustro de Sor Juana and at ENES-Morelia (unam). She has received the inah Paul Coremans Award (2000), the Richard Gilder Support (2008) from the American Museum of Natural History (USA), the Southwest Book Award (2015) from the Border Regional Library Association (USA) for co-authoring with Bill Broyles, Phillis La Farge and others a book on Carl Lumholtz (edited by the University of Texas at Austin). She designed and coordinated the first stage of the reorganization of the MUCA Campus Historical Fund of the Arkheia MUAC-UNAM Documentation Center, which received support from the 2018 Iberarchives call for proposals. He has published and presented works at a national and international level for institutions or associations such as UAM, CNCA, LASA, CENCREM (Cuba), Caja Sur (Spain), among others.