Born in Madrid in 1974. She holds a degree in Psychology from the Autonomous University of Madrid and a master's degree in Human Resources Management from the Instituto de Empresa. She started working in Zaragoza as a stenotypist in 1993. In 1997 she moved to Madrid, where she worked as an administrative clerk at Arthur Anderssen and then as a recruiter for a Temporary Employment Agency. 

In September 1998 she joined the ONCE Educational Resources Centre in Madrid, working first as a stenotype teacher and then in a special education classroom. In 2000 she took over responsibility for the Social Welfare Department of the ONCE General Directorate. Between 2002 and 2007 she worked as corporate director of Organisation and Human Resources at the ONCE Business Corporation. 

In 2007 she was appointed executive director of Personal Autonomy, Social Welfare and Care for the Elderly at ONCE and in 2011 deputy director general of Social Services for Members, where she remained until 2015, when she moved to the General Council, the first four years as vice-president of Social Policies and Equality, and from January 2019 to date as vice-president of Equality, Human Resources and Institutional Culture, and Digital Inclusion. 

From January 2015 to date, she has chaired the Observatory for Equal Opportunities of the ONCE Social Group.