Graduated in Art History from the University of Barcelona, Master in Analysis and Management of Artistic Heritage and Postgraduate in Executive Management of Document and Archive Management Services from the Autonomous University of Barcelona. She began her professional career at the Museu de les Terres de l’Ebre, where she performed heritage technical functions directing the Educational and Tourist Service and coordinating, together with her management, various projects, including Escola Amiga and Museu Inclusiu. At the same time, she carries out research work and production of exhibitions. In 2018, she was in charge of managing the Museu de la Mar de l’Ebre, where she coordinated the staff, drawn up protocols, created the communication plan and scheduled exhibitions. At the same time, in those years, she has received several research grants, one of which is published by Onada Edicions and the Amposta City Council, while also carrying out documentation tasks for the Catalan Heritage Agency, the Museu d’Història de Catalunya and the Amposta Town Hall.
In 2019, she decides to change the direction of her professional career and begins to work in the field of journalism and communication. In this sense, she works as director and daily presenter at Ràdio Matarranya. At the same time, she was writing the news in matarranya.media and in the fortnightly newspaper ‘Notícies del Matarranya’. In 2021, she began to work as a freelance in the field of communication, carrying out comprehensive online and offline communication plans.
In 2022, she began working as communication manager for ROPA / Roberto Olivan Performing Arts, uniting her professional training as a dancer, her passion for communication, and her trajectory as a manager of artistic heritage.