I started teaching in UNAM after graduation as part of Professional Practice for Pedagogy Program, I taught Communication Theories classes as well, Spanish writing at the Journalism and Communication School in UNAM for 6 years. Also Reading / Literature and Spanish writing composition classes at private High schools.
In San Diego county I started my teaching career as Spanish instructor/tutor for the Foreign Language Academy Quixote. I was teaching / tutoring professional adults that need to improve and learn Spanish in private companies as Sola System that develop engineering programs in Latin America countries. In my second year of my Master Degree program become Spanish Instructor at California State University teaching all levels of Spanish to undergraduate students. After I graduated and got my MA degree I started working as Spanish adjunct at World Language Department Palomar Community College.
Currently I am teaching Spanish language at Mt San Jacinto College in Riverside county and at St Katherine University in North San Diego county. I have been teaching all levels of Spanish since 2011 to nowdays.
Another work experience
I started working as journalist while I was studying her B.A. in Mexico City. First, I worked was in Acento Politico Magazine. Since then I become a journalist and collaborator for different media outlets in Mexico City and in San Diego California.
In 2000 I moved to San Diego, and started working for the major Hispanic publications, such as: La Prensa San Diego, El Latino, Diario San Diego, Semanario San Diego and Impacto International. Also have been collaborating with a Mexican magazine Mi Delegacion, edited in Mexico City. Currently, I am freelance reporter for Sol de Yakima, Hispanic Publication for The Herald Republic at Washington State and Community 760 in North County San Diego
In 2006 I collaborated as radio broadcaster for Radio Hispana 1470 AM (Uniradio), as well as TV Channel 17 Univision San Diego as Field Editor.
In 2009 and 2010 collaborated writing multiple stories for the annual anthology “Bilingual Writers.” Moreover, in 2006 published a bilingual poem as a sample of her creative writing work in the Scholar Journal Bravura edited by Palomar College.
Currently, I am part of a website project “Mujeres Fantasticas” I am writing articles to encourage Hispanic female population to continue literacy programs. I presented workshops to reinforce the importance of reading and writing in Spanish.
Also worked as Public Relations officers in Promotions and Communication Department at UNAM, Manager Assistant at Warner Chappell-Music Copywriter Division (Warner Brothers – Mexico), and recently Media Coordinator in San Diego Latino Film Festival.