Journalist and communication consultant. She has completed the UOC's Master's Degree in Information and Knowledge Society, culminating in a TFM where she analyzed the anonymous identity in the new media. Currently, she is a full-time PhD student at Tecnopolitica, part of the Communication Networks & Social Change research group (IN3-UOC). With her thesis, she wants to contribute to detect the mechanisms of propagation of hate speech on the Internet as well as to know the innovative strategies that vulnerable groups and other actors carry out to counteract or mitigate them. Her interest as a researcher is to involve these relevant social groups in the co-design of the research, and also the creation of tools and models that could be useful for social movements and, finally, for the construction of democracy. She has worked for companies, institutions, media and foundations. Among other collaborations, she has been part of the driving team of No Job Lab, research on the future of work. Outside of academia and work, he participates in community networks and writes poems.