I started my undergraduate studies in Geography at La Laguna University (Tenerife- Spain) and completed my BSc (Hons) at Plymouth University in 2014. I was awarded an EU studentship to do a MSc in Climate Change and Geographic Information at Swansea University, where I won a prize for the best dissertation project in geographical information systems (GIS).
I am currently working at Nottingham Trent University as a Lecturer in Environmental Sciences and Research Fellow in Peatland Restoration as well as ending my PhD in Environmental Sciences where I have done an identification, geo-hydromorphological and degradation assessment of the southernmost European blanket bogs in the Cantabrian Mountains (Spain). I have several collaborations with the regional governments there, and I have participated in the Ordunte Sostenible LIFE+ project, funded by the European Union. In addition, I am leading a research project of 3 years (2018-2020, PostLIFE Ordunte Sostenible) in Spain in collaboration with Bizkaia Provincial Council.