She graduated from her BA in English Philology & Tourism at her hometown in Universidad de Jaén. She achieved her online MA in Applied Linguistic in Spanish as a Foreign Language at FUNIBER and her passion for her work took her to qualify as a Teacher in Spain and in England. She was awarded a PhD scholarship at The Open University in 2017 to be part of a large project funded by the AHRC called Language Acts and Worldmaking.
Her research interests revolve around second language learning and teaching through new technologies, the roles of language teachers in the classroom and mediation. It is in this last interest where she is carrying out her PhD at Open University. She is examining Spanish language teachers' mediation practices in Higher Education and their personal and professional perceptions and reflections on this process.
She has taught Spanish since 2009 at various HEIs and secondary schools in the UK. Her previous lecturer position was at Coventry University as Assistant Lecturer in Spanish. She is currently teaching Spanish at Warwick University. She is an Associate Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (HEA), member of ELE-UK, ASELE, AESLA and the AHBGI, and a Chartered Linguist by CIOL.