Ph.D. Candidate in Women’s Studies at the University of Granada, MA in Master Erasmus Mundus in Gender and Women’s Studies –GEMMA (University of Granada/the University of Utrecht, The Netherlands), MA in North American Studies (Universidad de las Américas, Puebla, México), BA in International Relations (Universidad de las Américas, Puebla, México. Feminist and activist, she has worked in different feminist organizations both nationally and internationally. She is currently engaged to the Erasmus Mundus Organization and EMA Women, organizing and implementing several workshops on gender and intersectionality. She also gives technical courses and runs workshops on feminism, identity politics, gender violence, feminist radio and podcast, and participatory methodologies. Speaker in several academic and activist forums; her research interests are centered on emotions, material culture, queer/crip theory, new materialisms, affects, disability art and films, and chronic pain. She is currently working on the relation of objects, affects and pain in women with fibromyalgia and the queer/crip temporalities and spaces of chronic pain, and she is also working as a project manager in the Master Erasmus Mundus in Women’s and Gender Studies at Universidad de Granada.