After graduating in Law and a formative traineeship in protection of International Human RIghts, she obtained her qualification as a lawyer in 2018. Both during her forensic practice and working as a professional, she has collaborated in several associations for women fighting against gender-based violence, both with associations of legal assistance for immigrants, acquiring specific competences and knowledge about the subject. She is currently permanently working in the “Women House Lucha y Siesta” Association, in the anti-violence centers managed by the Association. In her profession she commits herself through her work to make the assisted women and individuals independent and self-sufficient, providing them with full possession of their civil rights.
“Fight for your right”