She graduated from St. Andrew’s in 1991.
She is a university-trained teacher, translator and holds a Bachelor’s degree in Management and Supervision of Educational Institutions from Universidad Católica Argentina. and a Master in Education in Virtual Environments from UNPA (Universidad Nacional de la Patagonia Austral). She also holds Cambridge International Certificate in Educational Leadership, from Cambridge University.
An ESSARP trainer for integration of technology applied to English teaching. She has solid experience as a orator, training teachers and heads at institutions in the country and abroad, as well as at local and international conferences.
In 2013 she was nominated for the British Council’s ELTons prize in the Local Innovation category, for offering distance professional development courses for English teachers and in 2015, her ebook “My First Digital Journey” was nominated for el ELTons prize in the category of Digital Innovation. She took part in several international projects, facilitated by IEARN and Microsoft.
She has been chosen by Microsoft as Innovative Educator since 2014. She won scholarships in Japan, USA, United Kingdom and Singapore for her innovative projects. In 2018, Microsoft chose her to attend the Global Education Exchange in Singapore as a member of the jurors’ panel. In 2019 she won a scholarship to present the Kakuma Project at MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology).
At present she is Leader of Innovation and Educational Technology at St Andrew´s Scots School.