1050 East Holton Road
Holtville, CA 92250-9615
California Institute for Water Resources
She has always been concerned with solving environmental problems using sustainable technologies and practices, which motivated her to obtain her B.S. in Bioengineering in her home country, Mexico. She developed an interest in agricultural systems and earned her M.S., focusing on crops of agricultural interest from a biotechnological perspective. She earned an AA in Plant Sciences from Imperial Valley College while assisting in different research projects at UCCE Imperial County. She has been a Science teacher for youth and adults since teaching is one of her passions, and now she is excited to work at UCCE and assist local farmers and ranchers in applying new practices to take care of the environment and resources.