I’m a science writer and digital communications coordinator currently at the Carnegie Institution for Science’s Department of Terrestrial Magnetism in Washington, D.C., where I’ve created visuals on astrophysics, geophysics, and geo- and cosmochemistry. My work has been featured in the likes of The New York Times, The Guardian, The Washington Post, National Geographic, Scientific American, Popular Science, Nature Geoscience, and Science.
Before joining Carnegie, my stories at NOAA and NASA appeared in major media and flagship governmental sites like Climate.gov and NASA.gov. I’ve also contributed to magazines such as the American Chemical Society’s ChemMatters and the International Space Station’s UPWARD. The ways of freelancing also have taken me to do translations and editing of articles and national strategic communications on climate science.
When I’m not working in science communication ideas, I’m probably playing volleyball, cooking food from my native town in Mexico, watching soccer, hiking, or traveling.
Se habla español!
M.S. – Science and Technology Journalism, Texas A&M University, 2017. Thesis: Climate Change and Global Warming in the Media: A Content Analysis of the Mexican Newspaper El Universal
B.A. – English (Rhetoric), Texas A&M University, 2013.