(Vitoria-Gasteiz, 1978). She holds a PhD in Political Science and Administration from the UPV / EHU (2010) with research on public policies to promote the information and knowledge society in Catalonia and Euskadi. In 2013 she completed the Master’s Degree in Equal Opportunities between women and men of the UPV / EHU. She has published works on electronic Administration and Government, citizen participation and the Information and Knowledge Society.
Since 2004 she writes in her blog Enredando reflections about different topics. And also since then, she has not stopped entangled in the Internet and social networks, trying to show the possibilities that social technologies can offer.
In 2006 she was vocal of the Society field at the Association of Internet Users of Euskadi, where she promoted the TallerWeb1.0 initiative to count on the opinion of the citizens when it comes to improving the websites of different Basque public institutions.
Since 2013 he has been in(ter)dependent professional and carries out coaching, digital empowerment, and research projects on the impact of social technologies on people and organizations. She is passionate about collaborative projects. Wikis and choral music are her weakness.
Since 2015, she has been a regular editor of Wikipedia and has been a facilitator of the WikiEmakumeok project to reduce the gender gap in this collective project of building open knowledge with and for all people.
In 2018 she conducted an investigation, funded by Emakunde-Basque Women’s Institute, to learn about the political participation of women in the Alava Councils. The process has been exciting to allow them to meet women and fascinating places.