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Graduated from the Pontifical Catholic University of Peru (1991). She also has a Master's degree in Educational Planning (1995) and in Educational Management (2021) from this same University. Her training was completed with a series of courses and programs such as a specialty in Educational Direction and Management (1999), a D iploma in Neuroeducation and Early Childhood (2014) and a Diploma in Neuropsychology through Clinical Cases (2019).
She has specialized in neuropsychopedagogy, an area in which she has been a professor at the higher education level at the Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú and at the Universidad de Los Andes. She has also worked on projects and investigations with the Ministry of Education of her country, focused on the design of school programs.
Among other positions, she has been coordinator of the Organization of Ibero-American States for Education, Science and Culture (regional office of Peru), pedagogical director of the School Accompaniment Program, director of the La Rinconada Child Development Center, coordinator of the diploma in Neuropsychopedagogy and Cognitive Processes at the Pontifical Catholic University of Peru and pedagogical director of the digital bookstore E-HomeKids.
She has also participated in national and international conferences, in research projects, as an adviser and consultant for private institutions, as a course facilitator, and as a disseminator. She also collaborates as a writer and editor of issues related to her specialty in digital media.
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