She leads the area of Initiatives for the New Economy at Fundación Moisés Bertoni, and NGO in Paraguay where she focuses in the design and implementation of innovative educational projects to advance young girls education ranging from: renewable energy, STEM, conservation, and sustainability, to initiatives that focus on triple bottom line providing economic, social and environmental value. She collaborates closely with the government, the private sector and international organizations such us the World Bank, the IDB Group in areas like: social environmental justice, territory development, biodiversity, women economic empowerment and many others.

In 2019, she was recognized by the President of the Paraguay, Mario Abdo, as a young women for her initiative in the agro sector in the contest Impulsando a la Juventud Agraria Emprendedora.  

She holds a Master in Public Administration from the University of East Tennessee State University, a Bachelor in International Studies from Old Dominion University in Virginia, United States, and a Certificate in Sustainable Development and Environmental Conservation from Queensland University in Australia.