I was born and grew up in Mexico, until I was 18 years old. Then I went to Canada, where I studied for five years. I studied Grade 13 in Ontario, and then I earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Behavioral Sciences, and a minor in Religious studies in Alberta.
When I finished, I went back to Mexico, where I studied a Masters in Public Health.
Since then, I've worked in a couple of universities as professor and dean's assistant in the School of Medicine and the School of Nutrition. I also worked for 9 years in an automotive harness company, in the Purchasing department. Now I'm working at a Children's Village in El Salvador, as Children's Services Director.
I have a 22-year experience translating various health-related texts, as well as letters, e-mails, pamphlets and articles on various topics. I've also translated research projects and exams on various subjects.