Deputy Director General of Applied Research in Mexicans Against Corruption and Impunity. A master in economics from ITAM, she is currently dedicated to (1) investigating the impact of corruption on citizen participation, (2) promoting the incorporation of the private sector into the anti-corruption movement, and (3) analyzing how protection networks operate and corruption mechanisms in Mexico. She has advised PREP in several local and federal electoral processes. He participated in academic research projects with ITAM and social entrepreneurship with the Tec de Monterrey School of Government. She served as SEGOB’s representative minister in the Embassy of Mexico in Washington D.C., was general director of the Technical Secretariat of the National Security Council and Coordinator of Advisers of the Undersecretariat of Population, Migration and Religious Affairs in SEGOB.