I was born and raised in Mexico City, where I graduated from the Universidad Iberoamericana with a B.A. in International Relations. I have a strong passion and interest in history, politics, and public service, which is what led me to the LAC. My research focuses on the Mexican political system, particularly on the Presidential figure. I am the current President of the Oxford Latin American Society, where we promote the cultural and political diversity of our region. My free time activities include reading and discussing Mexican politics, as well as cycling around Oxford’s beautiful landscapes.